2020 Dates: April 3rd, 2020, 3:00-6:30 PM and every following first Friday of the Month
This presentation will illuminate the domain of mandatory reporting, by focusing on reporting responsibilities inherent in counseling professionals within an ethical framework. It includes aspects of their immunity and liability. Further, it clearly defines what the credible report consists of, and to whom reporting is necessary, while it offers the purpose for which counselors report, and states the time limits for reporting various offenses.
Many well-traIned counselors still grapple with difficult clinical situations which call for sound ethical decision-making. This is especially true when the welfare of vulnerable populations is at stake. The application of state statutes and the ICA code of ethics standards boosts confidence on these occasions. However, reviewing relevant legal definitions and providing illustrations of how and when these guidelines are applied in real-time vignettes lends practical experience in decision-making, clarifies the role of the counselor, and yields lasting impressions for future scenarios.
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