May 11, 2018
3.5 Core CE hours for Social Workers, Professional Counselors, and Marriage and Family Therapists (approved by the UGA School of Social Work)
Presented By: Autumn Collier, LCSW
Autumn Collier, LCSW is the owner and founder of Collier Counseling, LLC, a group practice that provides psychotherapy to adults with anxiety and depression. Prior to private practice, Autumn worked in community mental health as the Clinical Director where she oversaw therapists and their clinical practice with clients. Autumn trained therapists on client de-escalation techniques during a crisis, assessing for risks to determine therapeutic intervention, and executing a 1013 according to best clinical and ethical practices while maintaining the dignity of the individual.
How to Execute a 1013 will explore the history of Duty to Warn and Duty to Protect and the significant court cases that propelled this law. Attendees will be able to identify who can complete a 1013 and learn when it is clinically necessary to execute a 1013. Participants will learn what stakeholders are involved during a 1013 and the policies in effect that support the 1013 process. Participants will learn ways to improve their agency or practice’s policies with regards to executing a 1013. By attending this course, participants will be able to ethically and clinically execute a 1013 according to Georgia Law in effort to protect individuals at risk for harm.
I. Understand the History of Duty to Warn/Duty to Protect
II. Define What 1013 Is and Who Can Execute
III. Learn the Clinical Criteria Needed to Execute a 1013
IV. Understand What Stakeholders Are Involved When Executing a 1013
V. Identify What Policies and Procedures Need to be Developed or Changed Within Your Agency or Practice to Execute a 1013
9am-10:15am: Objectives I and II
10:30am-12:45pm: Objectives III, IV, and V
12:45pm-1pm: Administer Evaluations and Certificates