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Texas Ethics/Supervisor Refresher


Texas Ethics/Supervisor Refresher

In hour one, Kathleen Mills covers all of the new 2019 LPC Rules.
She explains the reasons for the rules changing and how the board has significantly changed their protocol with complaints.
In hour two, Dr. Rhonda Johnson covers all of the new 2019 LPC/LMFT Rules in regards to supervision. There are many changes to be aware of as we are supervising under the new rules. Dr. Johnson also covers the activities she uses with every LPC Intern or LMFT Associate to encourage self-awareness and steps toward growth.
In hour three, John Mongogna covers all of the pitalls to avoid as professionals. He discusses the 3 primary things to think about before seeing another client in regards to malpractice, the board, and the profession.

Kathleen Mills has a special interest in the business side of mental health care that has led to the development of She has owned her practice for over 25 years, Life Tree Counseling. Kathleen conducts events that cover a myriad of topics of interest to Texas mental health professionals, including business protocol, business start-up tips and suggestions, and legal considerations that every counselor in the state should embrace. She’s also a talented speaker/presenter. Kathleen offers various workshops and CEUS for mental health professionals in the area of business development and ethics.

Dr. Rhonda Johnson has been working in private practice since 1999. She is the owner of Center for Counseling and Family Relationships, a large group private practice, established in 2007. Dr. Johnson also owns CCFAM Training where she leads the LPC/LMFT Supervisor Training and many other trainings face to face and online. She is passionate about ethics and ensuring that the training course includes all the information needed to be fully informed and comply with the most current board rules. Dr. Johnson has been leading Texas Ethics courses throughout the state of Texas since 2012 for counseling associations, agencies, and private groups.

John Mongogna is a Business Attorney and Civil Litigator since 1997. He works with Albin and Roach law firm in Frisco. Mr. Mongogna has been involved in insurance defense for many years for professionals.

Learning Objectives:

• Identify changes to the LPC/LMFT Rules for 2019
• Recall changes to the rules applied to supervision and activities to build a relationship with a supervisee
• Evaluate professional practices to implement with regard to malpractice and the board