Your Ethical Response to Subpoenas, Court Testimony, and Proper Documentation in Custody Matters
March 26 2020
In accordance with Gov. DeWine's directive to limit non-essential gatherings, the Tri-County Board has made the difficult decision of canceling this training. We will reschedule when we have a clearer idea of when the restrictions may be lifted.
Three (3) hours of CEUs are available for counselors, social workers and marriage and family therapists. Cost is $30 per person.
This training is offered at no charge to staff of agencies under contract with the Tri-County Board of Recovery and Mental Health Services (Miami, Darke, Shelby).
If you are registering one or more attendees from an agency NOT under contract with the Tri-County Board and wish to be invoiced, please contact Beth Adkins for procedure and registration code.
Each attendee must be registered individually.
The ripples of high conflict divorce (HCD) spread throughout generations of those effected by this common yet complicated relational phenomenon. Mental health professionals often find themselves embroiled in the clinical complexities of HCD with high potential for legal and ethics pitfalls. Counseling is well suited to more successfully assess, understanding, and treat individuals and families entangled in HCD.
This session will assist in better understanding the dynamics of conflicted divorce, help minimize ethical vulnerabilities, and more effectively treat clients involved.
About the presenter
Joshua Francis, Ph.D. has more than 20 years of clinical counseling experience working in community mental health, hospitals, schools, and private practice. He is licensed as a Professional Clinical Counselor, Supervisor (LPCC-S) and Licensed Independent Chemical Dependency Counselor, Clinical Supervisor (LICDC-CS) in the State of Ohio. Dr. Francis has owned and operated a private counseling and consultation practice and is an assistant professor of clinical mental health counseling at Wright State University in Dayton, Ohio. Dr. Francis’ clinical specialties and areas of research include child and adolescent mental health, marriage and family therapy, high conflict divorce, trauma, counselor ethics, counselor wellness and self-care, evolutionary/primal mental health, and process/behavioral addictions