This convenient Florida Board of Psychology approved 7CE Combo-Pack course contains the required courses to satisfy the Florida licensure renewal requirements for psychologists. This version contains Mental Health Practice Error Vignettes, Ethics and Statutes Affecting the Practice of Psychology: Multiple Relationships and Domestic Violence: A Systems Perspective

491 Licensed Professionals Note: THIS IS NOT THE CORRECT COURSE FOR Florida LMFT, LCSW, and LMHC. Please order the Florida Mental Health CE Requirements for License Renewal Two

Available as a live course. Contact us for information.

Developed by: Karen Albig Smith, LMFT, LCAS, MAC, CAP, SAP, SAE

Revised 2015

Combination Course Description:

This combination course meets license renewal requirements for psychologists. Contains Florida Board of Psychology approved Mental Health Practice Error Vignettes,  Ethics and Statutes Affecting the Practice of Psychology: Multiple Relationships, and Domestic Violence: A Systems Perspective

CE Broker#: HS MHPEV20-106375  ESMR20-279067 DVSYS20-211244; OL MHPEV 20-106372 ESMR 20-279184 DVSYS 20-211245

These courses are reported to CE Broker as two separate courses.

Mental Health Practice Error Vignettes Description:

This course meets the requirements in medical errors for Florida licensed mental health professionals. A required curriculum for Florida Psychology, School Psychology, Social Work, Marriage and Family, Mental Health and Nursing. This 2 CE course invites learners to read and consider four mental health practice error vignettes published by DHHS, Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality. Each vignette is followed by processing questions which the learner should independently consider before reading the commentaries provided. This should help learners determine how well they perform the risk assessment and analysis function implemented as part of root cause analysis. This course meets Florida requirements for medical errors education for psychologists and F.S. 491 licensed mental health professionals.

Objectives

1. Participants will be able to identify the type of error in each vignette.

2. Participants will be able to identify the root cause of each scenario described.

3. Participants will be able to identify safety improvements for each vignette.

CE Credits: 2

Agenda:

Hour One: Vignettes and commentary.

Hour Two: Vignettes and commentary.

Methods: Pre-test, study guide, post test and evaluation, internet sources via URLs, Q&A by email.

Content Area: Ethics, Risk management, Research and evaluation, Legal and regulatory, Professional readiness/orientation.

Purpose: To provide required educational information on medical errors to prevent and reduce practice missteps.

Ethics and Statutes Affecting the Practice of Psychology: Multiple Relationships Description

The ethical dilemma of multiple relationships continues to hold the attention of ethics commissions across all the major counseling disciplines. This study will investigate some issues of multiple relationships as they may present in counseling practice. Positions with respect to multiple relationships have shifted over the recent decade with the professions taking the time to consider the complex realities of the professional in the context of their community. This study is inclusive of the five major professions; psychology, social work, mental health counseling, marriage and family therapy and addictions professionals and will acquaint the reader with the current guidelines.

The study will discuss the challenges and opportunities within the context of non-sexual multiple relationships. The topic of multiple relationships is a broad one certainly greater than the scope of this study. We have chosen to concentrate on the area of non-sexual multiple relationships and rather than discuss various specific multiple relationships we will explore the dynamic quality of boundaries as they relate to professional practice. The learner will leave this study with an enhanced understanding of the line between crossing a boundary and violating a boundary. This general understanding we feel will best serve practitioners when examining specific situations greater than examination of a multitude of individual situations.

Objectives:

1. Participants will be able to describe the shift in thinking regarding multiple relationships in clinical practice.

2. Participants will be able to differentiate between a boundary crossing and a boundary violation.

3. Participants will be able to discuss the differences in ethics codes regarding multiple relationships across five counseling professions.

4. Participants will be able to describe two classifications of multiple relationships.

5. Participants will be prepared to manage multiple relationships through evaluating assumptions, reviewing for cognitive errors and utilizing recommended steps.

6. Participants will be able to discuss relevant Florida laws and rules as they pertain to the practice of psychology.

CE Credits: 3

Agenda:

Hour One: Overview; definitions.

Hour Two: Professional codes as they pertain to multiple relationships; Management of multiple relationships.

Hour Three: Florida laws and rules.

Methods: Pre-test, study guide, post test and evaluation, internet sources via URLs, Q&A by email.

Content Area: Ethics, Risk management, Research and evaluation, Legal and regulatory, Professional readiness/orientation.

Purpose: The purpose of this study is to update psychologists on ethical guidance in multiple relationships and Florida statutes.

Domestic Violence: A Systems Perspective

Description: 
Domestic violence affects individuals in every community regardless of age, economic status, race, religion, nationality or educational background.  This course seeks to address the system of care that interacts with those affected by domestic violence.  While learning essential core knowledge concerning domestic violence; including incidence and prevalence the learner will gain an insider’s glimpse of the survivor’s experience.  Case examples will highlight complex myriad of issues, identify skills needed to systemically address the problems and discuss attitudes and values that can impede or advance efforts to support survivors and respond to violence.  Resources are throughout the study guide as well as made available through website references.

Objectives:
1.  Participants will be able to define terminology relevant to domestic violence. 
2. Participants will be able to place core content, attitudes and skills in an overall framework for understanding and working with domestic violence.
3.  Participants will be able to describe survivor experiences and dilemmas.
4. Participants will be able to implement an interdisciplinary approach to domestic violence in their practice.

Agenda:    
Hour One:  Introduction, Terminology, Incidence and Prevalence, Knowledge, Attitudes, Skills, Multidisciplinary Providers.
Hour Two: Case Examples, Personal Violence History, Professional Abuse. 

CE Credits:  2
CE Broker #:        DVSYS     OL 20- 211245   10-913218        HS  20-211244   10-913217
Purpose: The purpose for a study such as this is to promote effective domestic violence intervention that is provided with competence and security for victims, and perpetrators, encouraging interdisciplinary collaboration with other professionals who can demonstrate their own unique contributions without the negative effects of role blurring and competition for turf. 

Methods:  Pre Test, Study Guide, Posttest, Evaluation, Q&A via Email

Home Study

CE Broker#:
10-328539, 10-1103808, 10-913217
CE Credits:
7
Price:
$84.00 + shipping

Online Course

CE Broker#:
20-106372, 20-279184, 20-211245
CE Credits:
7
Price:
$70.00