Tennessee Division

TNAMFT Ethics Resources


What: Navigating Ethics in Private Practice
Terry Casey, PhD, Licensed Psychologist, HSP
Dr. Terry Casey teaches ethics CE seminars in counseling and behavioral health across the country on an on-going basis. For the past ten years he has also taught Ethics & Professional Issues in Counseling in Lipscomb University's CACREP-accredited M.S. program in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. His professional bio is available at Renaissance Counseling & Psychological Specialists, PLLC.
Continuing education credit: This seminar provides 3 CE hours through Lipscomb University’s CACREP-accredited M.S. program in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, an approved provider of continuing education, for the following TN license types: LCSW, LMFT, LPC & LPC/MHSP, Licensed Psychologist & LSPE, LCPT, LDAC). Certificates of attendance will be provided.
Description: Ethics trainings in counseling and behavioral health don't have to be boring or tedious. Through an interactive and enjoyable interactive small-group format this training presents a practical process of ethical decision-making that is both effective and applicable to any situation. A variety of clinical vignettes specifically tailored to private practice issues is used to equip participants with tools that will build competence/confidence and decrease anxiety. Those who have participated in this seminar in the past have often remarked that they found it to be very useful and even fun. Come join us!
When: Friday, March 23, 2018, 8:30 a.m. – 11:45 a.m.
(sign-in & walk-up registration begins at 8:00 a.m.)
Where: Lipscomb University, Nashville, TN, Ezell Center room #363
Learning objectives:
Participants will . . .

Learn the Multiple Perspective Model of ethical decision-making.

Apply the five key evaluative perspectives necessary to evaluate ethical dilemmas.

Develop an awareness of special ethical and professional issues pertaining to private practice.

Increase critical thinking skills necessary for effectively navigating problematic ethical and professional issues and situations.

Direct questions to: Rencounselingtn@gmail.com or 615.337.9865.

Registration and payment:
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Optional mail-in registration:
If you prefer, you may mail in your registration by using the form below and including a check. Mail-in registrations must be postmarked by the early-bird deadlines to receive the earlybird disounted rates.
Note: If you mail in your register and pay by check you will save the Eventbrite ticketing surcharge (approx. $3-$5 per ticket).

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Fee / payment:

Early group registration (2+ people on same registration form; register by 3/10) - $45 per person

Early individual registration (register by 3/10) - $50

Regular group (2+ people registering on one same registration form; register by 3/22) - $50 per person

Regular individual registration (register by 3/22) - $55

Graduate students w/ current I.D. - $30 (register by 3/22)

Walk-up, day of seminar (space allowing) - $60

Mail-in registrations must be paid by check payable to either “RCPS” or “Dr. Terry Casey” with “seminar fee” in on the message line.
Check(s) enclosed for total amount for all persons registering: $ ______________

Mail this form along with check(s) to:
Ethics seminar registration
Renaissance Counseling & Psychological Specialists (RCPS)
488 Ridgestone Drive
Franklin, TN 37064

Direct questions to: Rencounselingtn@gmail.com with "Ethics Seminar" in the subject field or text/call 615.337.9865.

Parking on Lipscomb University campus:
This seminar is scheduled during the University's spring break week so parking may be easier than at other times. However, depending upon events on campus that day, the number of guest parking spaces on campus near the Ezell Center may be limited; guest spaces are marked. Carpooling might be a good idea. If you arrive before 8:00 a.m. you will have the best chance of getting a space in the Ezell Center parking garage (same as Tennis Center garage, P2 on this map) as well as have time to grab a quick to-go breakfast on campus at Starbucks (in the Bennett Campus Center) or Au Bon Pain (adjacent to The Ezell Center) which you may bring into the seminar.


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