Title IV-E Foster Care Service Providers Trainings

Title IV-E Program offers free training to San Francisco Human Services Agency staff who work with youth in foster care, group home staff, foster family agency staff, and foster parents in San Francisco.  

Most classes can be offered at an agency’s site on weekdays, evenings, or Saturdays with a minimum of 8 guaranteed participants attending the training.  Agencies can select topics that are currently offered or request new workshops.  Our faculty can customize workshops that fit your agency's needs.

 

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Future Title IV-E Trainings

 

 

*** Due to the College cancelling face-to-

face classes for 2 weeks and the moving up

of Spring Break, certain workshops have

been re-scheduled to later dates. The

workshops listed below have the CORRECT

dates/times ***

 

Please see the CCSF website for more information:  https://www.ccsf.edu/en/about-city-college/marketing_publications/news---events/ccsf-community-messages.html 

 

Cl# CD140c Child Development: Infant & Child Mental Health     6 CEUs

Instructor:   Natalia Estassi PsyD

Thursday, March 12, 2020  9 AM – 4 PM

CCSF DTN Center, 88 4th Street @ Mission, Rm 821

Mental health is an essential part of children's overall health. There is a complex interactive relationship with their physical health and their ability to succeed in school, at work and in society. Both physical and mental health affect how we think, feel and act on the inside and outside. It is estimated that over 15 million of our nation's young people can currently be diagnosed with a mental health disorder. Many more are at risk of developing a disorder due to risk factors in their biology or genetics; within their families, schools, and communities; and among their peers. There is a great need for mental health professionals to provide the best available care based on scientific evidence, good clinical expertise, and that takes into account the unique characteristics of the infant, child or adolescent.

Contrary to common belief, infants and toddlers can suffer from mental health issues, and despite this are unlikely to receive treatment that could prevent long lasting developmental plans This class will discuss these issues and the importance of healthy attachments and the effects of trauma, resulting in mental health issues. Child Parent Psychotherapy, play, and art therapy and other ways to best work with children will be will be explored.

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Cl# SW545c Law and Ethics Issues in Youth Services and Child Welfare 6 CEUs

Instructor: Paul Gibson, LCSW

Thursday, March 12, 2020 9 AM – 4 PM CCSF

Evans Campus, Room 106 1400 Evans @ Mendell Street

Law and Ethics Exam. This course includes extensive information to assist ASW, AMFT, an APPC in passing their Law and Ethics Exams.

Licensed Clinicians. This course meets the BBS requirement for LCSW, LMFT, and LPCC clinicians to complete a 6 CEU Law and Ethics course every 2 years.

This course provides an overview of legal and ethical issues in youth and family services and child welfare. Topics include liability issues in youth and family services and how to minimize liability including recent court cases. Current information on consent, confidentiality, practice issues, and mandated reporting laws is provided. Ethical best practices are discussed and ethical decision making model is given. Issues related to transference and countertransference are reviewed with guidelines for professional helping relationships. An overview the NASW and CAMFT Codes of Ethics and the California Business and Profession Code are provided with attention to information on professional conduct relevant to youth services and child welfare. Information is also provided to specifically help Associates pass their Law and Ethics Exam!

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Cl# EXT100c Men and Emotions: Challenges for Young Men of Color (No CEUs)

Instructors: Alvin McLean, Jr., Ph.D. and Stewart Perrilliat

Class RE-SCHEDULED: Date TBA

City College of San Francisco, 88 Fourth St., San Francisco @ Mission St. Rm 821

This seminar is designed to provide an overview of the research and clinical literature on men and their emotions, with an emphasis on young men of color. Additionally, this seminar will focus on how young men can learn to more effective in the expression of their emotions and hence be more effective in their interpersonal relationships and their parenting. In this seminar physiological, neuropsychological, behavioral, and spiritual factors will be examined to better understand men and their emotions.

Course Learning Outcomes

At the completion of this seminar, the participants will be able to

1. Define emotions from a physiological, neuropsychological and behavioral perspective

2. Distinguish how men express emotions differently from women

3. Delineate differences in the expression of emotions of young men of color

4. Describe how types of interventions (physiological, cognitive-behavioral, spiritual) can impact how men express and experience emotions.

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Cl# AS100c Self-Awareness & Resiliency when Working with Youth in Foster Care  6 CEUs

Instructor:  Natalia Estassi PsyD

Class RE-SCHEDULED: Date TBA

CCSF DTN Center, 88 4th Street @ Mission, Rm 821

As a provider we are the vehicles for our work; this can put a lot of strain on us as a provider. Support is here! Explore how the importance of reflecting on your own experiences and developmental stages helps when working with our youth. Create awareness of your strengths and weaknesses to impact positively your professional development. Review the importance of boundaries, self-care, cultural sensitivity, and tips to approach self-disclosure to positively impact relationships with youth in foster care. Study research on resiliency and tips to become more resilient.

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Cl# AA100d Helping Youth Manage Anger and Aggression 6 CEUs

Instructor Paul Gibson, LCSW

Thursday, April 9, 2020 9 AM - 4 PM

CCSF Evans Campus Room 106: 1400 Evans St., @ Mendell St.

Many youth in the child welfare and juvenile justice systems experience anger and aggression. Understand contributing factors to anger in youth including the impact of trauma, the experience of multiple losses, learned behavior, and complex trauma. Review the social development of anger in early childhood, middle childhood, and adolescence. Learn mental health issues associated with anger from childhood through adolescence including depression, posttraumatic stress disorder, behavior disorders, and substance use. Participate in group discussions on challenges in working with youth who have anger and aggression.

Discuss the behavior change process with youth including how to evaluate anger and aggression and how to motivate youth to initiate change. Learn physical, emotional, cognitive, and behavioral self -regulation skills for helping youth manage anger and including relaxation and self -nurturance, identifying and expressing emotions, positive self -talk, thinking ahead to consequences, and positive options in situations. Review guidelines for teaching youth positive social skills for managing their anger and helping other people.

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Cl# SW120d Missing Fathers: The Absent Parent Trauma  6 CEU’s

Instructor:  Pamela Parkinson, PhD, LCSW

Friday, April 17, 2020  9:30 AM – 4:00 PM

Location: CCSF Evans Campus, 1400 Evans Avenue @ Mendell Street, Room 255

Develop a better understanding of the importance of fathers to our youth.  This epidemic of the often-absent father doesn’t mean that the father doesn’t fulfill an important role in a child’s and family’s life.   We often leave the paternal side of the youth’s family completely out of an assessment when developing our case plans even though the father is very much a part of the youth’s “picture” and impacts their day- to-day functioning.

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Cl# SW780d Boundaries, Secondary Trauma, and Self Care 6 CEUs

Instructor Paul Gibson, LCSW

Thursday, April 23, 2020 9 AM - 4 PM

CCSF Evans Campus Room 106: 1400 Evans St., @ Mendell St.

Working with youth and families in child welfare and the juvenile justice system can be stressful; it is important for us to understand how this impacts us on a personal level and be active in taking care of ourselves. Examine the importance of maintaining boundaries and self-care for youth service providers staying effective as helping professionals and maintain our personal well-being. Discuss personal issues that impact our work including emotional boundaries, the zone of involvement, client transference, and staff counter-transference. Review ethical practice issues and guidelines for professional helping relationships.

Study secondary traumatic stress experienced by youth service providers, including symptoms, effects, how to manage secondary trauma, and stress information and management skills. Explore the stress response cycle, signs of stress, and coping skills for managing stress. Learn stress reduction techniques, including relaxation methods, social support, time management, assertive communication, changing negative beliefs, positive self-talk, & healthy life styles. Develop a personal care plan at the end of class.

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Cl# SW740d PTSD, ADHD, ODD, and Conduct Disorders  6 CEUs

Instructor:  Natalia Estassi PsyD

Thursday, April 23, 2020  9 AM – 4 PM

CCSF DTN Center, 88 4th Street @ Mission, Rm 821

We all work with significant amounts of trauma and children with acting out behaviors in our field; as providers we need to know how to best understand, intervene and support the youth and families we work with.  Review the different diagnosis of ADHD, ODD, Conduct Disorders, and PTSD. Potential origins of these diagnosis and underlying issues. Discuss the importance of understanding child abuse and trauma; its effects on attachments; and how unhealthy attachments affect our therapeutic relationship and work with youth and their families.  Study: research on its relevance and how to work with it. Learn: what is considered a traumatic event; what events are commonly overlooked; how to diagnose and understand underlying PTSD issues; the effects of trauma on youth, their brain, ability to learn; and trauma’s effects on behavior, including the emotional, physical, and long term symptoms. Explore strength-based techniques and how to engage, facilitate, and empower our youth and families to facilitate change. Review self-care and self-awareness practices in avoiding burnout and vicarious trauma.

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Cl# SW375c   Working with Kids who have Challenging Behaviors:  Understanding Behavioral and Emotional Principles  6 CEU’s

Instructor:   Pamela Parkinson, PhD, LCSW

Friday, April 24, 2020  9:30 AM – 4:00 PM

Location: CCSF Evans Campus, Room 255, 1400 Evans Avenue @ Mendell Street

Obtain an overview of the important ingredients in creating a behavior plan and the function of the behavior that the youth is attempting to communicate.  Learn what these behaviors mean in the context of school and family relationships so that we can better support caregivers and teachers as they attempt to help our kids to be successful in school and in the home.   Learn to apply theoretical principles shown to be effective, avoiding power struggles, and the basics of developing an effective plan.

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Cl# GR100d Grief & Loss: When New Losses Occur & Old Losses Resurface 6 CEUs

Instructor: Natalia Estassi, PsyD

Thursday, April 30, 2020  9AM-4PM

CCSF DTN Center, 88 4th Street @ Mission, Rm 821

Explore reoccurring losses that happen to children, youth, and their caregivers and effective methods to manage these.  What is Grief & Loss and how are they related to Trauma? Examine the effects of grief, loss, and trauma on brain functioning, behavior, and thinking. Review attachment theory and the impact this has on reoccurring losses. Discuss triggers such as anniversary dates, smells, counter-transference; how to anticipate and manage these; and childhood traumatic grief and loss symptoms related to grief.  Study genetic and environmental statistical correlations between mental health, trauma, and loss.  Focus on their impact; understanding this reminds us of the underlying reasons why the youth we work with may exhibit such challenging behaviors. Explore the impact of Holidays for our youth. Review several strength-based techniques used to work with reoccurring loss that allow us to be effective in our professional roles, including the importance of self-care and self-awareness to avoid burn-out and experiencing secondary trauma. Discuss specific losses your youth and families may be experience and receive the necessary tools and support to manage these occurrences.

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Cl# CD180c Eating Disorders in Children, Youth and Families 6 CEUs

Instructor: Paul Gibson, LCSW

Thursday, April 30, 2020 9 AM – 4 PM

CCSF Evans Campus, Room 106 1400 Evans @ Mendell Street

Children, youth, and families involved in the child welfare system are at increased risk of eating disorders. This course provides an overview of eating disorders in youth and families including the origins of eating disorders, incidence in youth, contributing factors, and mental health issues. Factors impacting eating disorders are discussed including family background, race, and gender. The types of eating disorders in children, youth, and adults are reviewed including pica, rumination disorder, anorexia nervosa, and bulimia nervosa. New disorders in the DSM 5 are discussed including avoidant /restrictive food intake disorder and binge eating disorder. Treatment approaches are provided for eating disorders including anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, and binge eating disorder. Issues impacting youth of color are reviewed including food deserts in urban areas and the targeting of junk food advertising to Black and Hispanic youth. 2017 CDC Youth Risk Behavior data related to dietary behaviors, physical activity, and obesity and weight control are provided. Participants will also review case studies involving eating disorders.

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Cl# CS100e Cultural Sensitivity & Awareness When Working with Youth in Foster Care & Families 6 CEUs

Instructor: Natalia Estassi, PsyD

Thursday, May 7, 2020 9 AM – 4 PM

CCSF DTN Center, 88 4th Street @ Mission, Rm 821

Children and adolescents living in foster care are a vulnerable population. Most have emotional, behavioral, developmental, and health problems that have their roots in the difficult family and environmental circumstances they came from before entering the foster care system. As providers, we must be culturally sensitive in our approaches with you. Explore the differences between Cultural Competence, Cultural Awareness, and Cultural Sensitivity. Review the importance of role modeling and good boundaries and how these impact our youth. Discuss self-disclosure and self-awareness in order to help workers be effective in their roles as providers.

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Cl# SW480e PCOMS (Partners for Change Outcome Management System): An Evidence Based Practice in Teaming with Youth and Families! 6 CEU’s

Instructor Pamela Parkinson, PhD, LCSW

Friday, May 8, 2020 9:30 AM – 4:00 PM

Location: CCSF Evans Campus, 1400 Evans Avenue @ Mendell Street, Room 255

The root of many controversies in our field is the important question: “what works with kids”. Is success based on the use of specialized techniques or do other factors account for the change? Focus on how to interview and assess from a strength-based, family centered perspective. This premier Evidence-Based Practice, called PCOMS (Partners for Change Outcome Management System), is listed on the SAMHSA website and is a client-directed and outcome-informed process. Study the Outcome Rating

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CI# SW760e Schizophrenia and Psychotic Disorders in Youth Services and Child Welfare 6 CEUs

Instructor: Paul Gibson, LCSW

Thursday, May 14, 2020 9 AM – 4 PM

CCSF Evans Campus, Room 106 1400 Evans @ Mendell Street

Psychotic disorders significantly impact children, youth, and families in youth services and child welfare. This course provides an overview of schizophrenia and psychotic disorders including challenges and approaches for working with systems involved children, youth, and adults who have been diagnosed with psychotic disorders or experience psychotic symptoms. A history of schizophrenia is provided including how it became over diagnosed as a ‘protest psychosis’ in African Americans during the social unrest of the 1960’s and 1970’s and the impact of deinstitutionalization on services for the mentally ill. Schizophrenia and other psychotic disorders are presented including brief psychosis syndrome, schizoaffective disorder, delusional disorder, substance induced psychotic disorders, and the proposed attenuated psychosis syndrome. Psychotic symptoms in children and youth and the onset of schizophrenia are reviewed.

Treatment approaches for working with caregivers and youth who have psychotic disorders are provided including cognitive behavioral approaches, assessing active psychosis, and the use of psychotropic medications. Issues in child welfare are discussed including the misdiagnosis of African Americans with psychotic disorders, the challenges faced by caregivers with psychotic disorders, psychosis in children and youth, the misuse of antipsychotic medications with youth, the potential harm to youth of the proposed attenuated psychosis disorder, and the impact of psychotic disorders on future placements and adoptions. Mental status exams, case studies to practice diagnosis, and mental health resources are also reviewed.

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Cl# GS200e Safety in Home Visiting and Community Work 6 CEUs

Instructor: Natalia Estassi PsyD

Thursday, May 14, 2020 9 AM – 4 PM

CCSF DTN Center, 88 4th Street @ Mission, Rm 821

Working in our communities and doing home visiting has become an essential part of our work and many of our programs to best support foster youth and their families. Learn how to be safe and most effective in your professional roles. Explore different approaches to help ensure your safety. Discuss

different ethical considerations that need to be considered and how to best address these. Learn how to recognize high risk situations and interventions to best deescalate these encounters. Explore 5150 situations in the community and discuss best ways to prepare for and manage these.

By the end of this training students should have an increased understanding of:

•Different way to stay safe while doing home visiting and community work.

•Understand ethical situations and considerations that can come up and how to best manage these.

•Techniques to anticipate, plan and recognize high risk situations and ways to deescalate these encounters.

Learn how to best manage 5150 situations that may come up in community work and how to best address these.

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Cl# SW540e Clinical Supervision Focused on Child and Youth Well Being 6 CEU’s

Instructor Pamela Parkinson, PhD, LCSW

Friday, May 15, 2020 9:30 AM – 4:00 PM

Location: CCSF Evans Campus, Room 255, 1400 Evans Avenue @ Mendell Street

This training is for those supervising MFT/LPCC Interns and ASW’s who are working with our youth receiving services in our continuum of care! We will review any changes to the supervision requirement, the general qualifications to be a supervisor of clinicians working on their BBS hours for licensure, and the resources and BBS forms that are required for all supervisors. So, regardless of your license, if you are supervising folks towards BBS hours, this is an important training. Of course, in addition to the BBS requirements, we will also cover how to develop a strong Supervisory relationship with your supervisee and ways to discuss the challenging issues of cultural differences and identifying countertransference. This is important to the supervisory relationship if we want our supervisees to be able to do this with their clients. It is a parallel process. You will even get a glimpse into PCOMS, an evidence-based practice!

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CI# GL160e Supporting LGBTQQI Youth & Young Adults in Youth Services, Child Welfare, and Juvenile Justice 6 CEUs

Instructor: Paul Gibson, LCSW

Wednesday, May 20, 2020 9 AM - 4 PM

CCSF Evans Campus Room 106: 1400 Evans @ Mendell St.

This course reviews current information on LGBTQQI youth of color, transgender youth, systems involved youth, youth risk behaviors, and the role of genetics.

Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, and intersex youth and young adults face extensive challenges in developing a positive identity, gaining acceptance and support, and making a successful transition to adulthood. This course reviews LGBTQQI youth development, the coming out process, and issues impacting youth of color and transgender youth. Psychosocial risk factors are reviewed including family rejection, school safety, peer bullying, depression, suicide, and HIV. New information is presented on

LGBTQQI youth of color, transgender youth, systems involved youth, youth risk behaviors, and the role of genetics in sexual orientation.

Group discussion focus on experiences working with LGBTQQI youth. Individual and family counseling approaches are presented along with residential care best practice guidelines. Activities include a video of LGBTQQI youth in out of home care and a counseling role play. Information on how to support youth in improving their outcomes and making a successful transition to adulthood is reviewed and community resources are provided. We can make a positive difference in the lives of LGBTQQI youth and young adults.

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Cl# SD100e Depression, Anxiety, Suicide Prevention and Awareness 6 CEUs

Instructor: Natalia Estassi PsyD

Wednesday, May 20, 2020 9 AM – 4 PM

CCSF, 88 Fourth St., San Francisco @ Mission St. Room 821

The World Health Organization estimates that approximately 1 million people die each year from suicide. Suicide is the SECOND leading cause of death for people 10-24 years old. Suicide is the THIRD leading cause of death for college-age youth and youth 12-18 years old. Four out of five teens who attempt suicide have given clear warning signs. These alarming statistics remind us of our crucial role as providers to assess and address suicide with all our youth. Explore the misconceptions about suicide; how to address them; and common suicide risk factors for children and teens. Review the signs and symptoms of depression and anxiety; how to recognize these warning signs; and how they are directly linked to suicide. Discuss tips on preventing suicide; assessing the suicide risk level; and problems that may trigger a suicide attempt in children and teens. Learn how you can make a difference!

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Cl# SW200e Assessing Family Issues Using Evidence-Informed Principles: Overview 6 CEUs

Instructor: Pamela Parkinson, PhD, LCSW

Friday, May 29, 2020; 9:30 AM – 4:00 PM

Location: CCSF Evans Campus, Room 255, 1400 Evans Avenue @ Mendell Street

Students address case assessment specific to exploring and identifying the underlying issues in the family including family violence, family needs, strengths, and resources. This case assessment prepares the worker to move forward with an effective case plan regarding how to support the youth in the safest and healthiest manner. Helping youth in foster care with these family challenges increases permanency planning (fewer placement failures) and reunification.

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Cl# SW250f Prevention, Assessment, and Intervention in Youth Suicide and Self Harming Behaviors 6 CEU

Instructor: Paul Gibson, LCSW

Thursday, June 4, 2020       9 AM – 4 PM

CCSF Evans Campus Room 106: 1400 Evans St @ Mendell St.

This course meets the new BBS requirement effective January 1, 2021 that all clinicians complete a 6 hour course or have equivalent experience in Suicide Risk Assessment and Intervention

Youth involved in the child welfare and juvenile justice system are at an increased risk of suicidal and self-harming behaviors. This course provides a comprehensive overview of mental health issues and assessment and prevention techniques for reducing suicidal and self-harming behaviors in youth. Issues impacting self-harm are reviewed including their experience of trauma, the impact of loss, and complex trauma. The social development of suicidal and self-harming behaviors is examined including negative attachments, school failure, social oppression, and limited life opportunities. Mental health issues in suicidal behavior and treatment approaches are provided depression, post-traumatic stress, the use of psychotropic medications, and other mental disorders.

Group discussions will have participants review their own experience in working with suicidal and self-harming youth. Suicide risk assessment tools are provided to participants including warning signs of suicidal behavior and ASQ screening guidelines from the National Institute of Mental Health. Prevention issues and approaches are discussed included counseling youth with self harm behaviors and reducing self harm by increasing core competences, developing self-regulation skills, and improving future outlook. Guidelines are provided for intervention in suicidal and self-destructive behaviors including cutting, talking with a suicidal youth, crisis risk assessment, and safety planning. We can make a difference in reducing suicidal and self-harming behaviors in our youth and improving their lives.

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CI# SW810f Human Sexuality: Youth and Young Adult Issues 10 CEUs

Instructor: Paul Gibson, LCSW

Wednesday, June 10, 2020      9 AM – 4 PM and

Thursday, June 11, 2020      9 AM – 1 PM

CCSF Evans Campus Room 106: 1400 Evans @ Mendell St.

This course meets the BBS requirement for all ASW, AMFT, and APCC to complete a 10 hour course in Human Sexuality prior to taking their licensing exam.

This course provides an overview of human sexuality with a focus on youth and young adult sexuality issues. A history of sex from ancient to modern times is presented. Sexuality and relationship issues throughout the life cycle are discussed including childhood, adolescence, young adulthood, middle age, and older adulthood. Sexuality issues impacting system involved youth and young adults are reviewed including early sexual activity, pregnancy, coercive sex, STI (sexually transmitted infections), and abusive relationships. Youth sexual risk behaviors from a 2017 CDC Survey are also presented.

An overview of LGBTQQI (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, and intersex) youth is provided. Sexuality Counseling guidelines for supporting youth and young adults are reviewed including talking about sexuality, promoting sexual health, consensual sex, preventing STI and HIV, and intimacy and relationships. Adult sexuality and relationship information is discussed related to love and intimacy, living single, cohabitation, marriage, and divorce. A model for providing couples therapy is also presented.

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CI# SW545f Law and Ethics Issues in Youth Services and Child Welfare 6 CEUs

Instructor: Paul Gibson, LCSW

Thursday, June 25, 2020      9 AM – 4 PM

CCSF Evans Campus, Room 106 1400 Evans @ Mendell Street

Law and Ethics Exam. This course includes extensive information to assist ASW, AMFT, an APPC in passing their Law and Ethics Exams.

Licensed Clinicians. This course meets the BBS requirement for LCSW, LMFT, and LPCC clinicians to complete a 6 CEU Law and Ethics course every 2 years.

This course provides an overview of legal and ethical issues in youth and family services and child welfare. Topics include liability issues in youth and family services and how to minimize liability including recent court cases. Current information on consent, confidentiality, practice issues, and mandated reporting laws is provided. Ethical best practices are discussed and ethical decision making model is given. Issues related to transference and countertransference are reviewed with guidelines for professional helping relationships. An overview the NASW and CAMFT Codes of Ethics and the California Business and Profession Code are provided with attention to information on professional conduct relevant to youth services and child welfare. Information is also provided to specifically help Associates pass their Law and Ethics Exam!