Upcoming events

    • 09 Mar 2018
    • 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    • 1031 N Academic Way, Coeur d'Alene, ID 83814 Room 241
    • 19
    Register

    Taught by Deborah Ferguson

    The purpose of this workshop is to assist participants with facilitating discussion relevant to impaired counselors including: Professional competence, knowledge of and compliance with standards, client welfare, monitoring effectiveness, consultation, supervision, abandonment and client neglect, suspected violation and reporting.  

    Scenarios and questions are posed for the participant to consider in terms of their own practice, implications for the profession, and overall ethical practices. 

    Please plan to arrive on time and stay for the entirety of the 3 hour presentation to be eligible for CE's. 

    Please contact Michelle Lizotte with any questions at imhca.ethics@gmail.com


    • 30 Mar 2018
    • 2:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    • 1440 E. Terry Street, Garrison Hall, 7th Floor, Room 726, Pocatello, Idaho 83209
    • 18
    Register

    The purpose of this workshop is to assist participants with facilitating discussion relevant to impaired counselors including: Professional competence, knowledge of and compliance with standards, client welfare, monitoring effectiveness, consultation, supervision, abandonment and client neglect, suspected violation and reporting.  

    Scenarios and questions are posed for the participant to consider in terms of their own practice, implications for the profession, and overall ethical practices. 

    Please plan to arrive on time and stay for the entirety of the 3 hour presentation to be eligible for CE's. 

    Please contact Michelle Lizotte with any questions at imhca.ethics@gmail.com



    • 07 Apr 2018
    • 9:30 AM - 12:30 PM
    • Miridia Technology Inc. 1875 N. Lakes Place, Meridian, ID 83646
    • 39
    Register

    The purpose of this workshop is to assist participants with facilitating discussion relevant to impaired counselors including: Professional competence, knowledge of and compliance with standards, client welfare, monitoring effectiveness, consultation, supervision, abandonment and client neglect, suspected violation and reporting.  

    Scenarios and questions are posed for the participant to consider in terms of their own practice, implications for the profession, and overall ethical practices. 

    Please plan to arrive on time and stay for the entirety for the 3 hour presentation to be eligible for CE's. 

    Please contact Michelle Lizotte with any questions at imhca.ethics@gmail.com


    • 13 Apr 2018
    • 9:30 AM - 4:30 PM (MDT)
    • Idaho State University - Meridian
    Register

     Prerequisites: 

    This in-person training on Telemental Health is Part 2 of a comprehensive series and requires that you have taken Part 1: Client Centered HIPAA and Technology Course Series, which will provide foundational concepts that this course builds upon. If you were unable to participate in the HIPAA and Technology Course in person; then you can obtain the course materials online, so you are fully prepared and ready to engage. Click here for access. We look forward to seeing you at Part 2!

    If you did not attend part 1 of this training that was held in November 2017 you will need to present your certificate from the online training to attend part 2.

    Our profession has begun to utilize Telemental Health as a tool that allows you to meet your clients where they are, not just clinically but also logistically.  Electronically crossing great distances to foster the strong bond between client and provider comes with its own set of considerations: legal, ethical and technical.  Please join Roy Huggins’ presentation for Idaho’s Mental Health Counselors Association’s continuing education event, “Launching Yourself into Cyberspace: How to Establish an Ethical, Legal, Therapy-Affirming Telemental Health Practice.”  This course will address the vital components on how to reach your clients no matter where they are safely, securely, and successfully.


    As a tech expert and mental health counselor, Roy will be the bridge from the digital world to real world client care by translating the legal and technical jargon into clear and actionable information that you can apply directly to your practice and your clients’ care. He will provide the informational tools that lay the groundwork for how you ethically ensure client privacy and maintain HIPAA compliance while providing Telemental Health services. The course is designed to be fully encompassing; a guide from concepts to practical actions, and from implementation to long-term successful outcomes.


    Because the client is truly the center of our decisions as clinicians, in addition, the presentation will also address ways to ensure a personal and engaging experience that will foster the relationship with your client.  To make sure that you have actionable and implementable instruction, Roy will help you identify the needed protocols, navigate emergencies, and explain the rubrics to understand and vet technology for your personal practice needs.  Join us in the journey of Telemental Health where distance is no longer an obstacle.

     

    This course will take place at the Meridian campus of Idaho State University 

    Lunch is sponsored by BPA and provided as a part of your registration 


    • 20 Apr 2018
    • 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    • St. Joseph's Hospital- Second Floor, Room C
    Register

    The purpose of this workshop is to assist participants with facilitating discussion relevant to impaired counselors including: Professional competence, knowledge of and compliance with standards, client welfare, monitoring effectiveness, consultation, supervision, abandonment and client neglect, suspected violation and reporting.  

    Scenarios and questions are posed for the participant to consider in terms of their own practice, implications for the profession, and overall ethical practices. 

    Please plan to arrive on time and stay for the entirety for the 3 hour presentation to be eligible for CE's. 

    Please contact Michelle Lizotte with any questions at imhca.ethics@gmail.com



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