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(NEW Edition out #78177) Becoming a Counselor, 2nd edition


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Becoming a Counselor: The Light, the Bright, and the Serious, Second Edition

American Counseling Association Foundation
February 01, 2009
978-1-55620-281-0
336
$9.99
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A Counselor´s Guide to the Dissertation Process

A Counselor's Guide to the Dissertation Process: Where to Start & How to Finish

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January 20, 2017
978-1-55620-359-6
232
$24.95
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Becoming a Counselor: The Light, the Bright, the Serious 3rd

Becoming a Counselor: The Light, the Bright, and the Serious, Third Edition

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ACAF
April 26, 2021
978-1-55620-412-8
408
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$47.95
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Counseling Students and New Professionals

The courses that make up this bundle include:
  1. Counselor Risk Management: What You Didn’t learn in Grad School That Could Lead to a Lawsuit or Licensure Board Complaint
  2. Clinical Practice: Writing and Managing Your Clinical Documentation
  3. Assessment and Intervention with Suicidal Clients
  4. Supervision and the New Professional: How to Navigate the Pre-Licensure Process for Supervisors and Supervisees
This bundle offers 5 hours of continuing education, of which 3 are ethic hours. Real-life tips on avoiding malpractice and licensure board complaints are provided. Topics such as use of a decision-making model; HIPPA/HITECH breach notification; custody concerns; ADA requirements; fraud, hiring counselors as independent contractors vs. employees; practice closure; and consultation/documentation are explored. Moreover, the importance of maintaining proper documentation and what notes must be included in a client's file is presented. Additionally, clinicians will learn how to recognize and address the eight dimensions of suicidality, gain clarity around potential risks, and help professional counselors lay the ground for effective intervention. A review of what new professionals should look for in a supervisor and what supervisors can do to promote a solid working relationship is presented.

Learning Objectives:

  • Review the key concepts of compliance laws, such as HIPAA and HITECH
  • Learn how ethics and law intersect with counselor practice
  • Review business practices, record keeping practices and other issues related to managing a counseling practice
  • Understand the importance of accurate documentation
  • Hear tips to managing your documentation process
  • Discuss possible consequences of inaccurate or incorrect documentation
  • Demonstrate the assessment and treatment skills necessary to work compassionately and collaboratively with suicidal clients
  • Apply the seven clinical tasks and eight dimensions of suicidality in your clinical work with suicidal clients.
  • Incorporate the suicidal client’s culture-bound beliefs and behaviors into your clinical work with them.
  • Discuss different types of supervision settings
  • Review what to look for in a supervisor
  • Understand the importance of supervision manuals
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Creating Your Professional Path


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Creating Your Professional Path: Lessons From My Journey

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978-1-55620-309-1
2010
232
$12.48
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Doing Counseling Developing Your Clinical Skills and Style

Doing Counseling: Developing Your Clinical Skills and Style

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February 07, 2023
978-1-55620-411-1
296
$34.95
$47.95
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Surviving and Thriving in Your Counseling Program

Surviving and Thriving in Your Counseling Program

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January 15, 2020
978-1-55620-392-3
180
$19.95
$25.95
$25.95