September 2, 2022
C.J. Quick, LPCC-S, LMFT, RPT-S holds a Masters of Arts in Education with emphasis in Professional Counseling and Marriage and Family Therapy. She has practiced as a mental health therapist for over 14 years and currently co-owns a private practice in Elizabethtown, Kentucky that specializes in working with children and families. Ms. Quick is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor-Supervisor, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, and a Registered Play Therapist-Supervisor. She specializes in working with children who have experienced trauma, children who have attachment concerns, and with families. She has worked with at risk children including over two years full time experience at a Children’s Crisis Unit working with children at risk of harming themselves or others. She has continued to work closely with community partners and schools to assess at risk children and adolescents and help coordinate care. Ms. Quick is also an autonomously licensed Batterer’s Intervention Provider who has worked extensively with perpetrators and victims of domestic violence as well as children who have been exposed to violence.
Ms. Quick presents locally and throughout the state on a multitude of child mental health topics including but not limited to: Early Childhood Mental Health, the Effects of Trauma on Brain Development, and Trauma Informed Education. She also provides Kentucky board approved trainings for mental health professionals on Understanding and Treating Suicide, Domestic Violence, and Laws and Ethics as they apply to Professional Counselors and Marriage and Family Therapists.
Marriage and Family Therapists—Informed Consent for In-Person and Telehealth Services” will review the AAMFT Code of Ethics as well as 201 KAR 32:050 as they relate to the practice of Marriage and Family Therapy—specifically addressing components related to informed consent. Participants will review both codes and discuss the importance of having a Framework for Ethical Decision Making to include understanding the inter-relationship between ethics and laws and always choosing the higher standard. Participants will develop their own ethical decision making framework during the course. Participants will further discuss how then to deliver ethically and legally sound informed consent discussions and documentation to their clients-for both in-person service and telehealth services.
The importance of consultation and ongoing collaboration with Professional Peers will be stressed as well as self-care.
- Dates: September 2, 2022
- Location: Webinar Via Zoom (In-Person once Pandemic Issues are Resolved)
- Time: The training will run from 9:00 AM EST until 12:15 PM EST.
- Cost: $50.00
- Cancellation Policy can be viewed here.
- Continuing Education:
- Board Approved by the Kentucky Board of Licensure for Marriage and Family Therapists (Approved 02/17/2022)
- This training does not qualify for NBCC credit.