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This program discusses the fundamental ethical issues and dilemmas practitioners face in the field. We will discuss the ethical codes that apply to working with behavioral and mental health clients. Also, we will evaluate scenarios that allow participants to explore the grey areas and the ethical decision making procedures.
Commonly occurring challenges will be reviewed and participants will better understand effective ways to handle these situations.
Susan Clement, LPC, NCC, President, Michigan Counseling & Clinical Supervision
Susan Clement is a counseling professional with designations of Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) and Nationally Certified Counselor (NCC). She is President of Michigan Counseling & Clinical Supervision specializing in counselor supervision and clinical training and development. She also serves as the Law Enforcement Liaison for Lapeer County Community Mental Health Agency.
Ms. Clement is a highly regarded instructor in the field of Counseling, Cognitive Behavioral Training and Motivational Interviewing. She has taught Techniques of Counseling at Oakland University. She specializes in focus on the importance of the therapeutic relationship. Ms. Clements is an associate instructor with Joyfields Institute where she provides training in Motivational Interviewing Skills, Effective Case Management, and Cognitive Behavioral approaches. She provides extensive training in Michigan to Law Enforcement on how to build therapeutic relationships and does Clinical Supervision for individuals and groups, including the Integrated Dual Diagnosis Treatment Program.
Ms. Clement has a Bachelors Degree in Psychology from University of Michigan, a Masters in Counseling from Oakland University where she is currently completing a PhD in Counselor Education and Supervision. The title of her dissertation is “Understanding How Excellent Empathy Develops”