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1013: What's the Emergency
Friday, August 06, 2021, 8:30 AM - 11:45 AM EDT
Category: LPCA Sponsored NBCC approved

LPCA of GA presents:

1013: What is the Emergency?

This is a live, synchronous webinar for 3 Ethics Hours.  Many people are confused about what to do in the face of a mental health emergency. What constitutes a mental health emergency? As with any medical emergency, a mental health emergency can be life threatening.  Most of the time mental health emergencies are those involving the threat of suicide or the occurrence of an actual suicide attempt. Other types of mental health emergency may involve the threat of harm to another person.  In a situation where a patient is decompensating or becoming psychotic and is being guided by audio/visual hallucinations it is sometimes possible that there is a threat posed to another person.

Objective 1:
Define, describe and Write a 1013.

Objective 2:
Understand the grounds for writing a 1013

Objective 3:

Understand duty to warn vs duty to protect

Presenter:   Mamie Jones, M.A., LPC, MFT, PhD – Candidate 

  • 10 years of experience working in emergency medicine
  • Private practice  
  • Active Board Member for the Licensed Counseling Association of Georgia and was instrumental in lobbying for the right of LPC’s in Georgia to author a (1013/involuntary hold).
  • Advisory Board at Clark Atlanta University.
  • Graduate of The University of West Alabama with a B.S. in Business Management with a concentration in Marketing an M.A. in Community Counseling with a specialty in Marriage and Family Therapy and currently in the dissertation phase of a doctorate in Organizational Leadership program at Argosy University.
  • Ms. Jones has conducted several seminars on topics related to mental illness and crisis intervention at conferences and seminars around the state of Georgia.

CE Hours: 3.0 Ethics

Location:  Online

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This is an LPCA Approved Workshop