SUD Counselor Ethics & Confidentiality
Earn 3.0 CEUs for the successful completion of this course.
In this training we will explore the obligations of an addiction counselor to adhere to accepted ethical and behavioral standards of conduct and continuing professional development. Utilizing TAP 21 and California code of conduct for counselors this training reviews the key areas of ethics and confidentiality as well as the consequences of a violation. The training incorporates examples and interaction to increase the learning environment. California certified counselors must have three hours of ethics and confidentiality bi-annually to renew their certification.
- Know the basic foundation for ethical behavior in counseling.
- Explore your responsibility to obtain the knowledge and skills necessary to execute the counselor functions.
- How attitude plays an important role in achieving competency.
- Understand the steps your certifying agency and DHCS will take when an allegation of unethical behavior is received.