Finding Your Safe Zone

An exploration of ethical best practices for
improving boundaries in clinical settings
May 15th -  May 17th, 2019
Savannah, GA • Macon, GA • Columbus, GA
This workshop's target audience consists of counselors, psychologists, social workers, psychotherapists, addiction counselors, therapists, nurses, marriage and family therapist, as well as other mental health professionals.  In this  workshop they will learn how to eliminate ehtical boundaries in  a clinical setting, learn to avoid serious violations in clinical settings, gain insight on ways to navigate technology in a clinical setting, and discover how to minimize counselor impariment when implementing boundaries

THE OBJECTIVES

Assess the boundary relationship in the private practice setting according to the ACA Code of Ethics.



Explore telemental health in regards to servicing clients safely as well as the ethical dilemmas technology can present.
   
Uncover the economic challenges that can result in ethical breaches in clinical practice. 



Provide ethical strategies to protect the client and the clinician from the dangers of counselor impairment.
    
Provide guidance in creating healthy boundaries between the clinician and client relationship.   

THE PRESENTER

She is a Licensed Professional Counselor, Certified Marriage and Family Therapist, and a Gottman certified facilitator. With over 25 years of experience working in the area of crisis management in public health as well as extensive training in the area of family violence intervention, substance abuse, and suicide prevention, Talisa specializes on helping clients overcome their struggle with depression and anxiety. Talisa is the owner of a busy private practice in the Atlanta area and teaches as an adjunct professor in the Human Services Department at Shorter College. She also consults for nationwide businesses in the area of Leadership.

Talisa Beasley, LPC received a Masters of Arts Degree in professional counseling & certificate in marriage & family from Argosy University as well as receiving her Bachelors of Administration with a business management specialty from Mercer University. Talisa is a standing member of Chi-Sigma Iota and is a well sought after speaker on women’s issues. Talisa has co-authored two books in this area.
   
  1. TaLisa Beasley, LPC
    TaLisa Beasley, LPC
    Clinician and Therapist

THE SCHEDULE

  1. WED 5/15
    8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
    SAVANNAH, GA
  2. THU 5/16
    8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
    MACON, GA
  3. FRI 5/17
    8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
    COLUMBUS, GA
   

Worskhop Schedule

         7:30 Registration/Morning Beverages
         8:00 Program begins
         12:00-1:00 Lunch (on your own)
          4:00 Program ends

        Note: There will be two 15-min breaks
               (mid-morning & mid-afternoon)
   

THE LOCATIONS

SAVANNAH, GA                                                          MACON, GA                                                      COLUMBUS, GA
   
Hilton Garden Inn Savannah Airport
 80 Clyde E. Martin Dr. 
Savannah, Georgia 31408
(912) 964-5550 
   
   
TownePlace Suites - Mercer University
 1550 Mercer University Drive, 
Macon, Georgia 31204
(478) 812-8522
   
   
Hampton Inn Columbus-North
7390 Bear Lane
Columbus, Georgia, 31909
(70) 256-2222
   

THE REGISTRATION

                TUITION WITH SEMINAR MANUAL

 $130.00 Early Registration (before April 15 2019)
 $150.00 Standard Registration
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