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It's That Time Again.
South Tampa Psychodrama Training in Cooperation with
Suncoast Psychodrama Training Announce....

Training with a Twist

Training with a Twist

Ethics of Telehealth & Medical Errors

in Action

    Friday November 4, 2022  

5 CEUs for $110


In Person! Come connect, network & learn
Marge Porter Resource Center 6311 Sheldon Rd. Tampa, FL 33615*
$65 Ethics In Action includes 3 CEU's  (Space Limited)
$45 Medical Errors includes 2 CEU's (Space Limited)

* In-Person unless CDC requirements change due to COVID-19
5 CE Units for Florida LCSW, LMHC, LMFT

Ethics good vs bad

Ethics of Telehealth
Friday 11/4/22
9am- Noon (3 CE Units)

Medical Error alert

Medical Errors in Action
Friday 11/4/22
1:30-3:30pm (2 CE Units)

Ethics of Telehealth-Lessons Learned from the Pandemic

Telehealth has introduced new challenges for therapists in regulations, boundaries, and self -care. Since many clinicians have made the decision to remain virtual or return to an office/virtual hybrid, statistics of overworking, blue screen fatigue, and isolation have risen.  Home offices, children, and animals, present unique challenges for structure, confidentiality, and privacy.  Sessions in closets, bathrooms, and parks change the therapeutic dynamic.  How do we handle these changing boundaries while remaining true to our ethical standards both personally and professionally? Join us for a psychodramatic exploration of the quandaries of these very current issues.

Ethics Objectives:

  1.  Understand ethical standards related to telehealth.

  2.  Identify current pitfalls of telehealth boundary violations.

  3.  Identify issues in self-care relating to virtual burnout that leads to ethical dilemmas.

  4.  Have familiarity with the Telehealth Code of Ethics (NASW, AMHCA, AAMFT).

  5.  Engage in sociodramatic enactment exploring virtual dilemmas.

  6.  Gain a better understanding through psychodrama of the role ethics plays in confidentiality.

Medical Errors in Action

This course is specifically designed to help mental health professionals create the work environment that they feel confident will protect themselves, their clients, and the public. We will address important questions for healthcare professionals. What are the best practices that we can set up to prevent medical errors? How do we evaluate errors to make sure they don't happen again? What do we need to be able to prevent medical errors?  Let's learn from each other in this live interactive workshop that will be fun and educational. 

Medical Errors Objectives:
1. Explain the scope and definition of the medical errors problem
2. Define and discuss sentinel events as they pertain to medical errors
3. Define and apply Root Cause Analysis for prevention of future medical errors
4. Recognize the different types of potential medical errors
5. Apply the course knowledge to case studies

Julie Wells LCSW, CP, TEP is CE Director of Suncoast Psychodrama Training

Susan Mullins LMHC, CP, TEP, CED & Sandra Seeger LMHC, CP, TEP
are Co-Founders & Directors of South Tampa Psychodrama Training

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