About this Course
Complex trauma and dissociation can present unique ethical challenges associated with the complexity of these presentations. Maintaining healthy boundaries through a lens of connection or trust-building can create tension between ethical standards and building trust. Clinicians may also find it difficult to navigate significant countertransference responses while continuing to draw upon their knowledge of what works. This course will assist providers in identifying the standard of practice, create a safe place for honest discussions surrounding countertransference and will practice the application of ethical decision making processes to complex challenges.
Course admission requirements:
Minimum of a Master's Degree in a mental health or related field; or be a student in social work, psychology, counseling, or a related field. In Low- and Middle-Income Countries, a minimum of a Bachelor's degree in social work, psychology, counseling, or a related field is required.
6 CEs are available for licensed mental health providers.*