Have you already taken this course? Why not try the Combo-Pack with Domestic Violence Three?

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 course contains Florida Board of Psychology approved Preventing Errors in Mental Health Practice, Ethics and Statutes Affecting the Practice of Psychology: Confidentiality and Domestic Violence Core Course.

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 Preventing Errors in Mental Health Practice, Ethics and Statutes Affecting the Practice of Psychology: Confidentiality and Domestic Violence Core Course.

CE Broker#: HS PREV 20-11348  ESC 20-214080  DVC 20-28680; OL PREV 20-11388  ESC 20-328870  DVC 20-28679

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

Preventing Errors in Mental Health Practice Description:

This two CE Credit course provides a continuing discussion form the prior course Behavioral Health Practice Errors. Psychologists, social workers, marriage and family therapists and mental health counselors (and other allied health professionals) can expect to learn information about patient safety, root cause analysis and error reduction and prevention. In addition, JCAHO patient safety goals and the National Quality Forum's ideas about patient safety practices are summarized. Outcomes information from recent root cause analyses will identify critical prevention information in primary problems areas for mental health practice; namely communication, uniform standards, developing a safety culture, and documentation improvements. An actual latent error situation is described with a commentary.

Objectives:

1. Participants will be able to identify three targeted problems that are a focus of quality improvement research.

2. Participants will be able to list the five core areas identified by JCAHO for error reduction.

3. Participants will be able to identify and discuss solutions for the three most prevalent root causes in mental health practice.

4. Participants will be able to define, automatic and rule-based mistakes, active and latent errors, incorrect and defective information, and legally sufficient information.

5. Participants will be able to describe a safety culture.

CE Credits: 2

Agenda:

Hour One: Introduction: statistics and overview, Research present and future, JCAHO patient safety goals, Outcomes of root cause analyses in sentinel events in mental health, Delays in treatment, Suicide events.

Hour Two: Safety practices, Patient safety practices, Safety cultures, Communication and documentation solutions, Practical application case study.

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

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

Purpose: The course provides information that will facilitate identification and remediation of practice errors.

Florida Ethics & Statutes Affecting the Practice of Psychology: Confidentiality Description:

This course presents a brief discussion of the ethical challenges to practicing psychologists in the area of confidentiality. The APA Code of ethics is reviewed as it pertains to confidentiality. The study guide presents the limitations and responsibilities of the right to privacy of mental health and substance abuse patients. Federal legislation (HIPPA and CFR 42 Part Two) is also presented. The course concludes with an update regarding Florida law affecting the practice of psychology. This course meets the Florida content requirements for instruction in professional ethics and Florida statutes and rules affecting the practice of psychology.

Objectives:

1. Participants will be able to identify the ethical challenges regarding confidentiality and patient rights to privacy.

2. Participants will be able to define relevant terminology specific to confidentiality.

3. Participants will be able to identify the APA ethics guidelines regarding protecting patient confidences.

4. Participants will be able to describe limitations of confidentiality.

5. Participants will be able to describe relevant statues and regulations affecting the practice of psychology in Florida.

CE Credits: 3

Agenda:

Hour One: Ethical challenges to patient rights to confidentiality.

Hour Two: Terminology, ethics guidelines, limitations of confidentiality.

Hour Three: Florida statutes and regulations as they pertain to psychology.

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 acquaint psychologists with a refresher on ethical guidance in the area of patient rights to privacy and confidentiality.

Domestic Violence: Core Course Description:

This is a core course on domestic violence (DV) / intimate partner violence (IPV); an approved curriculum for ALL mental health professionals, addiction professionals, nurses and allied health professions. The study will provide definitions of key terms and descriptions of various types of abuse. Risk factors and information about various populations including, spouses, children, and the elderly will be presented. Profile information on both victims and perpetrators is provided. Theories that attempt to explain violence are discussed. Issues relevant to assessment including signs and symptoms, specific injuries and patterns of injury known to be associated with abuse, screening methods and tools, and counseling roles will be discussed. Learners from US states will be provided with Internet resources to obtain state-by-state information on laws, and domestic violence resources. A Florida resources supplement is provided.

Objectives:

1. The participant will be able to define relevant terminology pertaining to domestic violence/intimate partner violence.

2. The participant will be able to identify incidence and prevalence statistics on DV/IPV.

3. The participant will be able to identify risk factors for various types of abuse.

4. The participant will be able to describe the four life course theories of violence.

5. The participant will be able to describe critical aspects of assessment including safety planning and lethality assessment.

6. The participant will be able to describe the support and advocacy role in domestic violence counseling.

CE Credits: 2

Agenda:

Hour One: Course Objectives, Introduction, Definitions, Incidence and Prevalence, Profiles, Risk Factors

Hour Two: Theories of Violence, Assessment, Safety Planning, Lethality Assessment, Resources

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

Content Area: Domestic violence, Social and cultural foundations, Professional orientation/readiness, Risk management, Documentation/treatment planning, Legal and regulatory, Abuse and trauma.

Purpose: The purpose for a study such as this is to promote effective, non-defensive domestic violence intervention that is provided with competence and security for victims, and perpetrators, in interdisciplinary collaboration with other professionals who can demonstrate their own unique contributions without the negative effects of role blurring and competition for turf.

Target audience: Psychologists.

Home Study

CE Broker#:
10-33855, 10-929671, 10-33934
CE Credits:
7
Price:
$63.00 + shipping

Online Course

CE Broker#:
20-11388, 20-328870, 20-28679
CE Credits:
7
Price:
$54.00