New Hampshire Mental Health Counselors’ 

Association Presents

 

2016 Ethics Workshop and Annual Meeting

 

 “AMHCA Ethics”

 

Featured Presenter:

Jeri Stevens, Ph.D, LCMHC

Friday, 6/10/2016

9am – 4pm

The Puritan Backroom

245 Hooksett Road

Manchester, NH 03104


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Course Description:

This ethics training will review the AMHCA Code of Ethics with specific emphasis on the changes and updates to include but not limited to telehealth, clinical supervision, forensic service and treating people with disabilities. We will explore developing a sound disclosure statement both for counseling practice and clinical supervision. The format of this training will be some didactic but mostly discussion and case study. This workshop will provide 6 CEs.

About the Presenter:


Dr. Jeri W Stevens is a psychotherapist in Waterville, Maine and instructor for the graduate counseling program at Husson University. A dynamic speaker and the Chair of AMHCA’s Ethics Committee, she led the team which created the 2015 AMHCA Code of Ethics updates and we are pleased to host her for a review of the code within the context of those changes.

                                         









Six (6) CE hours will be awarded to each participant. This program is sponsored by the New Hampshire Mental Health Counselors’ Association, a NBCC service provider, ACEP no. 2067. Six (6) CE hours will be awarded to each participant. These CE hours are accepted by the NH Board of Mental Health Practice for all mental health providers. Please contact your licensing board to determine your continuing education requirements and check for reciprocal approval.






Questions? Contact Sarah Revels, LCMHC, the event coordinator at 603-659-0202.