December 2013 »
Family Therapy Institute of Santa Barbara: Advanced Topics in Supervision
Time: 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Location: Antioch University Santa Barbara - Community Hall - 602 Anacapa St.
Description: Santa Barbara Family Therapy Institute Presents
Advanced Topics in Supervision:
Law & Ethics
Updates & Assorted Topics
Taught by Debra Manchester, LCSW
Date: Saturday, December 7, 2013
Time: 9 am-12 noon
Place: Antioch University – Community Hall
Credits: Three hours (3 CEU’s)
Cost: $60 if licensed; $50 if intern/student
This year’s class will focus on a range of topics—including but not limited to topics such as: psychotherapist-patient privilege; making sure your use of e-mail and texting is handled appropriately; responding to a subpoena; understanding when to report elder abuse; understanding the potential pitfalls of writing a letter for a client; with time for lively discussion and Q & A on topics of your choosing.
This course is designed for supervisors and clinicians (both MFT’s and LCSW’s) who want an annual update on recent developments in legal and ethical issues from a clinical rather than legal perspective. It is intended for those who have already completed the original six-hour course that covers all the basics of Laws and Ethics for psychotherapists (either from Debra or in another setting). Each year, we cover one or two kinds of ethical dilemmas through lecture, discussion and case analysis. This course is taught once each year will satisfy the mandatory requirement (6 units every two years) in Law & Ethics and/or in Supervision if taken annually or in conjunction with self-study (6 unites every two years).
Email Liz Feliciano at email@example.com to reserve a spot. For more information,
call (805) 882-2424 x101
Women's Community Business Network (WCBN) Network Lunch
Time: 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
Location: Community Hall - Antioch University 602 Anacapa St. Santa Barbara, CA 93101
Description: WCBN's monthly business network lunch. Please join WCBN as they welcome speakers Melissa Moreno of the Schienfeld Entrepreneurship Program, Lea Gonzales of Women's Economic Ventures (WEV), and Brecia Kralovic, Creativity Coach and owner of Pebble in the Pond Art Studio, as they lead a discussion on finding "Your Creativity and Resources".
Please contact the Women's Community Business Network to join as a member, register for the luncheon, or to adress any inquiries: www.WCBusinessNetwork.com