Law & Ethics of Clinician-Client Relationships

Law & Ethics of Clinician-Client Relationships

Lady of justice and title of ethics trainingThis 3-hour interactive online course, written and presented by Eric Ström, JD, PhD, LMHC, a licensed mental health counselor and attorney in Seattle, looks at laws and ethics related to clinician-client relationships for behavioral health professionals in Alaska, Idaho, Oregon, and Washington. 

The course is intended to meet the current ethics requirement (as of product release in November 2021) among healthcare professionals in each of the four HHS Region 10 states: AK, ID, OR, and WA.

Topics include:

  • sources for law and ethics standards
  • data on misconduct findings
  • state-specific laws
  • ethics codes
  • real-life examples of ethics violations.


3.0 NAADAC CEU available! 3.0 NAADAC credits are available upon completion of the course for a fee of $15 ($5 per credit). A certificate of completion is also available (free).

Watch our new 1.5-minute trailer to see what the course looks like!
 

Find the course on HealtheKnowledge*
 

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