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Many counselors treat more than one member of a family, either concurrently or consecutively. This is most common when a counselor sees a husband and wife, a parent and child, children of divorced parents, or two or more children of the same family conjointly and separately. What are some of the things that a counselor should think about when working with multiple members of a family? What should a counselor consider when completing an intake with a family of divorce where children are involved?
Uphold ethical standards and ensure an optimum level of care.
It is critical to answer the question clearly, “who is the client?” prior to and during the course of treatment.
Through this 3 hour course, you will walk through ethical dilemmas that will challenge your ethical decision making process. The presenters will identify and explore ethical decision making models, the ACA and AAMFT Codes of Ethics, legal and professional boundaries and procedures, and give plenty of time for questions and answers. This will be an interactive course.
September 16, 2023
November 11, 2023
Course is hosted at:
Treasure Wellness Counseling and Training Center
2176 E Franklin Road, Suite 100
Meridian, Idaho 83642
If you are joining the workshop via Zoom, please register in advance by following one of the links below.
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If a registrant is unable to attend an event for any reason they may substitute, by arrangement with the registrar, someone else to attend in their place.
If a registrant is unable to attend, and providing the conference registrar is informed in writing, the fee paid can be applied towards another training within the calendar year.
Where the registrant is unable to attend, and is not in a position to transfer his place to another person or to another event, then the following refund arrangements apply: