Ethics and Boundaries in Mental HealthFriday 5/12/2017
9:00 am – 12:00 pm
Fort Smith, AR
Rachel Hatfield M.S. LPC, LMFT, RPT
We will explore how ethics and boundaries are even more important in our age of social media, cloud based computing, texting, emailing, live streaming, transparency, and constant connection to technology. We will discuss ethics regarding electronic record keeping, BYOD, ways to improve HIPAA compliance and how these things are necessary for an ethical practice. We will discuss how clear ethics and boundaries allow for an improved counseling relationship that protects the client and the therapist.
Mental Health Professionals: LPC and LMFT
Other Audience that may find the information useful: LCSW, LMSW, LPE, LPE-I, Psychologist
Register: You may call to reserve a seat and mail in the payment. Deadline for registration is 5/5/17. Class is limited to 10 participants.
P.O. Box 21
Roland, OK 74954
Continuing Education Credits: 3 hours
Approved CEU by Oklahoma State Board of Behavioral Health
Greenleaf Professional Counseling, LLC
3514 Country Club Ave, STE 2
Fort Smith, AR 72903-3300
Cancellation/refund policy: If you are unable to attend the class you may request a full refund by calling
Learn to practice ethical decision making as an automatic thought
Resource Materials: Oklahoma acts and regulations, Arkansas rules and regulations, ACA Ethical code, AAMFT Code of Ethics, Association for Play Therapy Best Practices, HIPAA, and HITECH laws.