We provide all the supervision CE's you'll need to get your Certified Professional Counseling Supervisor (CPCS) credential. Effective October 1, 2018, anyone providing clinical supervision must hold the CPCS or the NBCC Approved Clinical Supervisor (ACS) credential per the Ga. Composite Board (Rule: 135-5-.01-a-5(iv)).
Our workshops are designed to assist the beginning supervisor as well as the very experienced supervisor. Our goal is to teach you concepts and strategies that will make supervision with your supervisees productive, effective, and compliant with Ga. Composite Board rules.
We provide Ethics workshops for the Ga. Composite Board (Rule: 135-09-.01-2) compliance requirements (5 hours every two (2) years), Telemental Health (Rule: 135-11-.01-b-2(i)), and as required to obtain the CPCS.
We provide workshops to assist you in working with your clients and improving your skills as a clinician. Topics on suicide, web-based and mobile apps, crisis response, effective case note writing, and more.
We provide workshops to meet the Telemental Health CE requirements as required by the Ga. Composite Board.(Rule: 135-11-.01-b-1(i))
Counselors are always talking to clients about self-care, yet we are some of the worst at following our own advice. We provide workshops on various methods to assist in your self-care.
On Monday, March 24, the GA Composite Board waived the "Online" limit of 10 CEs this renewal cycle. Peak Solutions, LLC will be offering ALL workshops "Online" through May 2, 2020. We will continue to offer that as an option after that date through Sept. 30, 2020.
* Peak Solutions, LLC has been approved by NBCC as an Approved Continuing Education Provider, ACEP No. 7012. Programs that do not qualify for NBCC credit are clearly identified. Peak Solutions, LLC is solely responsible for all aspects of the programs.
# Supervision workshops required for the CPCS are approved by LPCA of GA, which indicates that the CE workshop content & presenter qualifications meet or exceed the requirements set by the GA Composite Board. Those workshops are:
Finding Your Style In The Theoretical Models of Supervision (Models/Methods)
Becoming A Clinical Supervisor: Rules, Requirements, and Documentation (Foundations)
Ethics And Rules For Supervision (Ethics)
Exploring Clinical Supervision Experiences Using Beginning And Advanced Case Scenarios (Specialized / Advanced)
+++ SW and MFT can count any of theses workshops as "Related" hours per GA Composite Board rules.
--- Ethics counts the same for everyone as long as it is approved by one of the 3 state groups the GA Composite Board recognizes (LPCA, GASW, GAMFT) or NBCC.