Diversity of Special Populations: Ethical Considerations for School, Community, and College Counselors
During this six hour training, participants gained an ethical understanding of the various changes to the Texas Administrative Code as a result of Texas Senate Bill 218, foster care redesign legislation. Participants explored potential ethical dilemmas related to serving foster care youth and families as a result of changes to the Texas Administrative Code brought on by Texas Senate Bill 218, foster care redesign legislation. Participants learned about evidenced-based approaches to serving foster care youth and families across the lifespan. Participants explored the AMCD Multicultural Counselor Competencies related to serving the diversity of foster care youth, families, and foster care alumni aged-out of care.
Three hours of general continuing education units (CEU) and three hours of ethics continuing education units (CEU) were awarded for SBEC, LPC, SW, and LMFT.
The Parris Foundation provides training and consultation on best practices for serving kinship and foster families.
We have multiple locations throughout the Houston area.
Call today (713) 315 – 6446.