Ethics for Counselors

Price: $560.00

taube Dan Taube, PhD, JD is a professor in the Clinical PsyD program at Alliant International University, specializing in family and child clinical, legal and ethical issues.

He has been a Appeals Hearing Panelist for the American Psychological Association Ethics Committee for almost 20 years. He has also published extensively on ethical issues involving mistreatment of children

Dr. Taube also maintains a private clinical practice and is an active and popular workshop presenter on ethical issues throughout the state of California.

Ethics for Counselors is a comprehensive three-semester unit graduate level class, delivered in a self-paced online format featuring Dr. Dan Taube's presentations -- slides and voice -- organized as a logical progression through the material.  

Who is it for?

Ethics for Counselors is taught at an intermediate level, and is appropriate for currently licensed professionals, or those individuals in training who are soon seeking licensure.

Ethics for Counselors assumes some professional (or practicum) experience in mental health/behavioral health care to provide a context for the deep discussion of ethical issues in practice.

Ethics for Counselors is specifically designed to meet the California Board of Behavioral Sciences (BBS) Ethics requirement for LPCC licensure.

Ethics for LPCC Licensure:

1. Orienting Ourselves
2. From First Point of Contact
3. Practice Issues
4. Counselor-Client Privilege

5. Licensing Law

7. Confidentiality
8. Treatment of Minors
9. Collaboration Practices
    and more

What are the benefits?

1)  Crucial topics, such as Informed Consent, Multiple Relationships, certain Reporting Requirements and HIPAA compliance are covered in detail with illustrative examples and concrete suggestions for ethical practice.

2)  Visuals, slides, created to support Dr Taube's lectures are included -- so you will experience the engaging human quality of his voice, accompanied by the slides designed for thye presenations.ed as mini-lecture segments, course Facilitators for human help, and a wide array of review and practice activities.

3)  The online, self-paced format allows you to take in as much as you want to in any given session -- there is no time limit, and you are able to come back for review forever.

4)  Overall, the course provides an organized, coherent overview of recent ethical, regulatory and other legal changes that affect professional practice.