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Course Information

In today’s litigious and regulated climate, mental health professionals face an increasing risk of malpractice claims and grievances against their ability to practice. To help you better manage that risk and enhance your practice we offer a variety of courses and instruction that provide you practical information and advice. We will help you with CEU’s/PDH’s while also helping you safeguard your practice from legal or civil malpractice claims. Our courses also aid you in understanding jurisprudence and ethical dilemmas and how to deal with the gray areas of confidentiality (see information below), and compliance with DORA regulations.


 

 

NEW COURSE OFFERING IN LOUISVILLE
November 15!

 

Navigating the Perils of Clients in Divorce Proceedings

A therapist’s job is to walk with their clients through all of the challenges that life throws at them. Even under the best circumstances, the life transition of a divorce can still be difficult—but add the element of high conflict between the divorcing parties, and it can become very tricky for the therapist to maintain a helping stance toward their clients without getting drawn into the drama of the high conflict.

Join us as we walk you through the legal and ethical pitfalls of navigating a high conflict divorce with your clients. We will give you the tools you need to maintain professionalism and protect yourself in the event of a grievance. This workshop is ideal for therapists who work with couples, as as well as therapists who work with children whose parents are in the midst of a high conflict divorce. Even amicable divorces can go south at a moment’s notice, so it pays to be prepared!

Attendance at this class counts for two and a half (2.5) hours of continuing education credit (CEUs/PDHs).





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