“Professional Will” – Solo Practice

If you were in a car accident this weekend, what would happen to your clients on Monday morning? Would they show up to your office, join a telehealth session, waiting for you? How would they learn what happened, or when you might be back? None of us likes to think about the possibility of an unexpected illness or emergency, or sudden death of the clinician, but it happens. A “professional will” can be the difference between a personal emergency, complaints of client abandonment, or breach of confidentiality. 

This course reviews the need for behavioral health professionals to have a “professional will;” meet their ethical standard; learn the necessary components of a “professional will”; and what documents are needed in KY.

1.5 Hour CE. Recorded Video Format (non-interactive)

Course Information

Course Instructor

Hank Cecil Hank Cecil, LCSW Author

Hank Cecil is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in Kentucky. He is an active member of the KY Chapter of the National Association of Social Workers (NASW). He received his Master of Art in Social Work (MSW) from the University of Kentucky and also holds a Master of Science in Health Informatics (MHI) from Northern Kentucky University.

Professional WIll Solo

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