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Ethical Considerations in Providing Virtual Services
Friday, March 19, 2021, 9:00 AM - 12:15 PM EST
Category: LPCA Sponsored

In this 3-hour webinar, we will discuss how to create a safe and comfortable counseling experience for you and your client. The presentation will also present HIPAA regulations related to virtual services, platforms that can be used, and current policies. At the end of this presentation, clinicians will have a checklist and information on best practices in the use of virtual services.


  1. Attendees will understand the HIPAA guidelines and expectations for providing virtual services.
  2. Attendees will understand the additional liability considerations of providing virtual services
  3. Attendees will be able to self-administer a virtual best practices checklist

Presenter:  Joseph Gorordo, LCDC

Joseph Gorordo is a Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor in the state of Texas.  He is also the Vice President of Business Development for Recovery Unplugged, a substance abuse treatment program located in four states.  Joseph is currently the Chapter President for the Texas Association of Addiction Professionals, of which he has been a member since 2016.  Having worked as a clinician since 2010 and developed inpatient and outpatient programs in a variety of settings, Joseph believes his best skill sets lie in working with adolescents, the delivery of social services, and  chemical dependency treatment. He has his Associate of Arts in both Chemical Dependency and General Studies from Central Texas College.  In Joseph’s words “I am passionate about helping people in any way I can and believe that approaching any problem requires being able to adapt to the needs of the client and meeting them where they are.”

Date: Friday, March 19, 2021

Time: 9:00 am  - 12:15 pm

CE Hours: 3 Ethics


Registration Fee:  Free to LPCA Members
                              $35 to Nonmembers

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Sponsored by: Recovery Unplugged

At Recovery Unplugged, we have experts on staff who apply proven music interventions based on sound theory and supported by medical research to help people in recovery become activated, energized, reconnected and motivated.

We use music-assisted treatment as a nontoxic, noninvasive therapeutic option during addiction treatment. For everyone from casual listeners to accomplished songwriters and recording artists, a new musical “high” replaces the feelings they used to get from drugs and alcohol.

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