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Diagnosis Related CE’s – Complying with SB 319 & GA Composite Board Rule 135-12

As many of you know Georgia Senate Bill 319 passed and was signed into law by the Governor onĀ  April 26, 2016. If a licensee has been independently licensed by April 26,

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Clinical Supervision Ethics Professional Development

Counselor Supervision – Clinical vs Administrative Do’s and Don’ts

Cultivation of the Therapist

Clinical supervision requires more than the oversight of cases. Clinical supervision requires the cultivation of the therapist. Beginning therapists often hope that at some point they will learn everything that they need to know about being a therapist.

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Clinical Supervision Ethics

Race Matters – What Therapists Can Do!

Race Matters

I don’t really like to talk or write openly about race. I am doing so because it matters. It is important to me to write about what matters and race does.

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Ethics Trends in Field

GA Senate Bill 319- Diagnosis for Counselors

The Right to Diagnose

Many of my peers and colleagues were surprised to know that Licensed Professional Counselors in Georgia did not have a legal right to diagnose those with mental health disorders in the state of Georgia prior to last year’s battle by the Licensed Professional Counselor’s Association (LPCA-GA) to pass a bill into law allowing Counselors to do just that –

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Ethics Trends in Field