Ethical Issues in Clinical Supervision for Co-Occurring Conditions | Supported by CCSME

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This course draws upon current professional knowledge and experience related to professional ethics and supervision in the field of co-occurring conditions, and applies it to issues that clinical supervisors are likely to face in their work with supervisees. Some of the issues addressed in this course include ethics and scope of practice, boundary issues in the supervisory relationship, confidentiality, vicarious liability, ethical/legal decision making, competing values, psychotherapy vs. sound clinical supervision, counselor development, and ethical and respectful exploration of clinician counter-transference issues.