Assessments in Mental Health
A professional presentation on the latest standards of care, strength based language, ethical issues, and tools for working with children, adolescents, adults and families to help you better understand their anxiety or depression.
Are you familiar with the requirements from your board when working with assessment tools?
Are you aware of the scope of practice and how to determine if you can use an assessment?
Are you familiar with the requirements for records release?
Are you familiar with the differences between forensic vs. therapeutic roles, and the differences in recommendations to a court?
After this workshop, you will be.
6 Hrs. CEUs, 2 hrs. Ethics approved for Social Workers, LPCs, and LMFTs*
Professionals in the mental health field commonly deal with children, teens, adults and families in crisis struggling with depression, anxiety, and other severe mental illnesses. Complex cases can be understood and helped when we use practical tools regularly. Unfortunately, many people do not get the help they need or help that is not as useful as it could be. Research supports the use of assessment tools in practice and has shown to increase the benefit of therapy for clients significantly.
This 6-hour seminar presented by Jeffrey S Gallup MA LPC NCC offers participants the opportunity to familiarize themselves with the higher standard of practice involved in using standardized assessments while learning about current research and knowledge assessing for depression and anxiety for both adults and children.
Understand how maintaining an informed, up to date, and ethical practice can prevent the common mistakes, improve your rapport, and increase your profit.
Why and how we as therapists should be using actual, practical, and accessible assessments in our therapy practices every day.
Understand the current professional and legal standards of practice when using assessments tools.
How using these tools increase our value as therapists with our clients, decreasing early terminations and growing our revenue.
How to use three different instruments to assess children and adults for common therapeutic concerns.
Date: 10/7/2016 from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm
Cost: Individual $100.00
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