Ethics 101: What the Aspiring Therapist Needs to Know (On demand)


Ethics is an area that mental health professionals need to be aware of daily. There are many
instances where knowledge of ethical standards can save a therapist from making poor choices. This course will help supervisees and residents define ethical responsibilities, understand their responsibility in situations that may create an ethical dilemma, develop critical thinking skills, and determine an ethical framework in their own practice.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Define ethical codes, standards and responsibilities for mental health professionals.
  2. Review the most common ethical violations in mental health.
  3. Define critical thinking and use it in an ethical situation and review cases that may
    present a violation of ethical standards.
  4. Assist professionals in developing their own ethical framework.

About the Trainer:

Lisa Duez, LCSW, MPA, CSAC, ACS, has been a clinical supervisor for over 10 years. She is the owner of Turning Point Counseling and Consulting, a trauma informed group practice in Hampton Roads, Virginia. Lisa is an EMDRIA certified clinician and approved consultant, and an Assistant Professor at Tidewater Community College.


Clinical Supervision Directory has been approved by NBCC as an Approved Continuing Education Provider, ACEP No. 7368. Programs that do  not qualify for NBCC approval are clearly identified. Clinical Supervision Directory is solely responsible for all aspects of the program. 

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