Join us for an in-person Law & Ethics CE event The goal of this course is to help MH professionals avoid legal and ethical pitfalls and the exposure to liability and discipline inherent in our work. Topics will include
(1) The standard of care and determining if it has been met; (2) High conflict situations, license risks and how to avoid license complaints; (3) How to terminate with difficult clients and minimize risks, (4) Duty to warn, (5) telehealth, social media, and texts, (6) responding to subpoenas, board actions, cautionary tales and (7) CANRA.
1. Participants will be able to explain how to respond to subpoenas. 2. Participants will identify and describe the 5 parts of the model of the Standards of Care. 3. Participants will identify two risks of social media for therapists. 4. Participants will name 3 ways to minimize risk in their practice.
Presenter: Joan Eve Trimble, JD, a partner in Callahan, Thompson, Sherman & Caudill, LLP, specializes in licensing board defense. A recognized expert in the defense of mental health professionals, Ms. Trimble is a proponent of professionalism as the basis of protecting yourself from liability while protecting your clients from harm.
Location:Spanish Hills Country Club999 Crestview Ave Camarillo
Non-members who attend and join VCPA for the first time may apply $50 towards their membership.
Questions/accommodations contact Myra Saltoun [email protected]
CPA is co-sponsoring with the Ventura County Psychological Association. The California Psychological Association is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. CPA maintains responsibility for this program and its contents.