Pyramid Training Services
Workshops will be held at Goodwill Industries Campus
408 9th St. SW, Canton, OH 44707
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Legal & Ethical Issues - 3 Contact Hours
Choose your date: offered on Tuesday, March 1, 2016, Wednesday, May 11, 2016, Wednesday, June 29, 2016, Tuesday,
September 13, 2016, Tuesday, November 1, 2016
9 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.
This workshop will present information on the Board process of investigation and give participants an opportunity to discuss issues and ethical dilemmas that Counselors, Social Workers and Marriage and Family Therapists face every day. It is also an in-depth look at the Code of Professional Conduct, what not to do, and the consequences licensees can face if they violate the rules that govern their profession.
By the conclusion of the workshop, participants will:
* Receive updated information regarding changes to the rules and ethical code that governs the practice of professions
* Receive information regarding the role of the Board and conducting investigation into alleged violations
* Review and discuss actual cases that resulted in formal discipline by the Board
* Recognize good practice in design procedures
Workshop Presenter: Tammy Tingle, Investigator
Tammy has been employed for 25 years as an Investigator with the State of Ohio Counselor, Social Worker, and Marriage & Family Therapist Board. She is a Nationally Certified Investigator and has training in Advanced Investigative Analysis, including behavioral analysis and investigative interviewing. Tammy is currently responsible for conducting investigations of complaints filed with the Board regarding the practice of counseling, social work, and marriage and family therapy.
Clinical Supervision in Community Health - 3 Contact Hours
Wednesday, June 29, 2016
1:15 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.
This workshop is tailored to experienced supervisors and covers the practical skills essential to effective clinical supervision, providing attendees with a structured model for supervision in a community health setting. The concept focuses on providing supervision to newer counselors and how the field of counseling has changed since many supervisors first became licensed. Today’s technology affects not only the practical ideas of documentation and scheduling but the way millennials think, feel, believe, process, and interact with clients and their supervisors. This program meets the approved board continuing education requirements for professional clinical counselors and other counselors.
Learning Objectives: We’re pleased to offer our Clinical Supervision workshop to cover the practical skills essential to effective clinical supervision, providing attendees with a structured model for supervision. Topics include contracts, stages of supervisor/supervisee development, effective clinical documentation, and assessment/evaluation.
Workshop Presenter: Jon Coventry, PCC-S
Jon has been a supervising licensed professional clinical counselor at Community Services of Stark County since 2006. He works as a school-based and office-based clinical counselor and supervises counseling interns, as well as professional counselors who are working toward independent licensure. Jon’s experience includes supervising in the community mental health, hospice, and university settings.
Diagnosing with the DSM-5 - 6 CEUs
Monday, March 28, 2016
9 AM - 4:30 PM
This workshop is designed for behavioral health clinicians who diagnose individuals with mental health and addiction disorders to learn about the changes in Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders – Fifth Edition (DSM-5) published in May 2013. Participants will have access to APA approved information about the DSM-5.
This presentation is not designed for making differential diagnosing or for those with no previous diagnosis training.
By the conclusion of the workshop, participants will:
• Understand the history, development and use of the DSM-5
• Identify and apply the changes in DSM-5 from DSM-IV TR and explain their rationale
• Use the new criteria in clinical settings, research and for administrative purposes
• Welcome and Introduction to Diagnostic Classification
• History of DSM and Development of DSM-5
• Overall Organization, Major Changes, and Dimensional Assessment
• Neurodevelopmental, Psychotic, Mood and Anxiety Disorders
• Obsessive-Compulsive, Trauma, Dissociative, and Somatic Disorders
• Eating, Elimination, Sleep, Sexual Disorders, and Personality Disorders
• Disruptive Disorders, Substance Use, Neurocognitive, and Other Disorders
• Section III – Measures Recommended for Further Study and Evaluation
• Case Studies
• Diagnostic Tips
• DSM-5 and ICD-10 Updates
• Wrap Up and Final Questions/Evaluation
Participants are HIGHLY ENCOURAGED bring a copy of the DSM-5 to the presentation for use with case studies. No DSM-5 diagnostic criteria will be distributed to participants due to copyrights held by the APA.
WORKSHOP PRESENTER: Greg Emanuelson, PhD, LPCC-S
Greg Emanuelson is currently the Outpatient Services Program Director for Crisis Intervention and Recovery Center and an active member of the Motivational Interviewing Network of Trainers (MINT). Dr. Emanuelson will be using his almost 20 years of diagnostic and teaching/supervisory experience with children, adolescents, adults and geriatric populations from inpatient, outpatient and residential treatment settings to supplement the presentation.
*Space is limited to 40 participants.