Ethics: Confidentiality and Privacy (AM) and/or Professional Relationships (PM) Seminars - Registration Form

Ethics: Confidentiality and Privacy (AM) and/or Professional Relationships (PM)

Friday, July 8, 2022 - 9:30 am until 4:30 pm

In Person Training: Madison Public Library Auditorium 142 Plaza Blvd. Madison, AL 35758

3 or 6 Contact Hours to be awarded at completion of workshop
$80 for 3 hours or $120 for 6 hours (includes lunch) by 6/24//22
$110 for 3 hours or $150 for 6 hours (includes lunch) through 7/6/22
$140 for 3 hours Day of/onsite (does not include lunch)
$170 for 6 hours Day of/onsite (does not include lunch)
You are not considered registered until payment is made.
In order to receive the early bird or late registration rate, payment must be made on or before the dates listed above.

Further inquiry contact: Email Dana or 256.258.7777 x 101.

Speakers: Holly Walker, LPC-S (AM session) and Dana Hampson, LPC-S, MBA (PM session)

Learning Objectives:

Morning session:
Title: Confidentiality and Privacy

Let’s take a deep dive into ethical expectations and issues around confidentiality and privacy! We will examine trust in a counseling relationship, the ongoing partnership between clinician and client/ patient, appropriate boundaries, and maintaining confidentiality. We will cover the ACA Code of Ethics, Section B, and the NASW Code of Ethics, Section 1 (select subheadings). Doesn’t it sound like fun? Come join us!


- Review the specifics in the Codes of Ethics for counselors and social workers, specifically pertaining to confidentiality and privacy.
- Review case scenarios and vignettes to bring ethical dilemmas to life that can be applied to modern day clients and patients.
- Learn the correct ways to protect clients/ patients and yourself!
- Examine the ethical decision-making model(s) to be sure consistent procedures are followed.

Afternoon session:
Title: Ethical Relationships with Other Professionals

In this training, we’ll explore the ACA and NASW code of ethics as they pertain to our responsibilities in the relationships we have with other professionals. We’ll consider how we can best behave professionally with colleagues, employers, employees, supervisees, and students. Join Dana for an engaging and informative discussion!


1. Review the ACA and NASW codes to learn about and refamiliarize attendees with our ethical obligations towards other professionals in the counseling and social work fields.
2. Consider the ethical obligations of educators and supervisors in relation to students and supervisees.
3. Discuss scenarios that can arise in professional relationships and consider the most ethical way to resolve.

The Balanced Life, LLC has been approved by NBCC as an Approved Continuing Education Provider, ACEP No. 6838. Programs that do not qualify for NBCC credit are clearly identified. The Balanced Life, LLC is also an approved Continuing Education provider for the Alabama Board of Social Work Examiners No. 0667. The Balanced Life, LLC is solely responsible for all aspects of the programs.

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Refund, Cancellation and Postponement Policy

If a refund is requested by the participant a refund, minus a $25.00 administrative fee, will be provided assuming the request is received at least two weeks in advance of the event. All cancellations must be in writing and should be emailed to No refunds will be issued if the request is received less than two weeks prior to the training event. If a participant fails to attend the seminar, no refunds or transfers will be issued.

If The Balanced Life, LLC cancels a seminar, a full refund will be provided. The Balanced Life, LLC reserves the right to cancel any seminar due to low enrollment.

At times, postponing a seminar may be unavoidable. If a seminar is postponed, all registered will have the option to attend the seminar on the newly scheduled date, or have their registration transferred to another seminar of their choice within the next 12 months. No refunds will be given. If a seminar is not attended within that 12-month period, transfer of paid registration to another seminar is forfeited.

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