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Nationwide Ethics CE Webinars/Telemental Health Training and More

Workshop Registration is as easy as 1,2,3! In most states, live online counseling webinars equal to face-to-face. Register for all telemental counseling webinars or other events without leaving our website. Simply select your workshop and click Buy Your Tickets. You’ll receive your ticket and confirmation via email immediately. No need to provide additional information after registration–attend and receive your CE certificate populated with all states you are licensed so you can simply present them to your state board.

Telemental Health Training On The Risks & Benefits
(A Must Watch!)

Upcoming Nationwide Ethics CE Webinars/Telemental Health Training

Current Course Offerings: Live Training Webinars and Workshops

The focus of our workshops is ethics for counselors and other mental health professionals. The most popular workshops are our telemental health training, avoiding boundary violations, providing safe clinical supervision, and counseling across state lines and international counseling practice.

Counselors want to learn how to safely deliver telemental health. The future of counseling is delivery through distance and electronic formats.

Therefore, the availability of useful and informative telemental health training is critical. And the training/ workshops need to supply information counselors can immediately apply in their practices.

Our latest counseling webinar is “101 Risks of Telemental Health: Ethics and Solutions.” As the name suggests, this is a comprehensive and detailed telemental health workshop for licensed mental health professionals. Participants will be able to apply the information to resolve personal ethical dilemmas and design a safe telemental health practice. If, your foresee distance counseling being an integral part of your practice, this telemental health training is for you.

Tools For Avoiding Counselor Boundary Crossings and Dual Relationships

Did you know that boundary crossings are the most common ethical violations boards’ take action against state licenses?

Intimate relationships are actually less frequent of the boundary violations than one might think.

Practicing outside your area of expertise, bartering, violating confidences of colleagues, addiction and even client advocacy can all result in dangerous boundary violations and dual relationships. 

Our flagship and most highly attended workshop is “Ethics: The Anatomy of a Boundary Crossing”. The information is applicable to psychologists, social workers, marriage and family therapists and professional counselors.

The principles and concepts learned in this first-rate webinar are applicable to anyone delivering psychotherapy. 

Clinical Supervision Training and Ethics

Learn to provide counselor supervision in an organized manner. 

Did you know?…

By protecting your clients from yourself, you are also protecting yourself and your license.

Through a 3 step vetting process, you can minimize problematic and unethical supervisory relationships.

You can avoid power struggles with your counselor supervisees.

You should –and can–know your state board rules better than your supervisees.

You can learn how clinical supervision can be extremely enjoyable and free from stress.

This counselor webinar, “Ethics: Achieving Freedom and Stress Free Supervision”, will help you accomplish all of the above. It is a highly rated popular workshop. Participants report learning how to provide counselor supervision ethically and with much less stress. 

Ethical and Legal Counseling Internationally and Across State Lines

“Ethics and Legal of International Practice, LPC Reciprocity, and Getting More Licenses”.

Learn the nuance and how to balance the ethical and legal issues of practicing in a state you aren’t licensed. Learn a model you can apply to the design of your practice. 

You will also learn how to apply for LPC licensure in other states and the difference between reciprocity, endorsement, the counseling compact and counselor license portability. 

The Highest Quality Continuing Education in The Counseling Industry


Presenters don’t deliver material provided to them by outside sources. In fact, all of Ethics Demystified’s counseling trainers are subject matter experts on the workshops they deliver.

Ethics Demystified trainers are capable of answering your questions with confidence and competence. Their training knowledge comes directly from experience.

Our counseling continuing education workshops are regarded as some of the highest quality workshops in the nation. Our ethics workshops are exceptionally unique, non-threatening and never boring.

Most of Ethics Demystified’s LPC workshops are live synchronous webinars. Webinars provide real-time interaction. You may raise your hand during the continuing education event and obtain immediate answers to your questions. 

Again, answers from counseling subject matter experts.

Our LPC Continuing Education is Accepted By Most State Licensing Boards

Most state counseling boards accept live webinars as face-to-face hours. LPC continuing education requirements are different for each state. This is a list of state counseling boards continuing ed requirements. Locate the continuing education rules to confirm our hours are accepted by your LPC SW or MFT licensing board. Ethics Demystified’s workshops are accepted by the majority of state counseling licensing boards since they are National Board For Certified Counselors (NBCC) CE hours.

Workshop Registration Refund Policies

We understand plans change. Cancel up to 7 days prior to the event for a full refund minus EventBrite fees.

  • Roughly 37% of counselor attendees are repeat customers, word of mouth or referred by a colleague.
  • Roughly 52% of participants give my workshops a 5.0 rating across all measures. Overall average workshop rating is 4.7.
  • Over 200 hours of design and development goes into each workshop. Workshops are regularly revamped and updated. You can be assured of only the highest quality.
  • Culturally conscious: ethical counseling and social work practice cannot be applied in a cookie-cutter manner.

Most participants report feeling more at ease and relaxed about their ethical dilemmas.