AN IMPORTANT MESSAGE FOR CERTIFIED PROFESSIONALS WHOSE CREDENTIALS ARE COMING DUE FOR RECERTIFICATION

We are well aware that trainings are being canceled or postponed during this health emergency situation which may result in difficulties recertifying credentials on or before expiration dates. You have up to one year beyond your expiration date to recertify your credential so there is no need to request an extension or waiver.  Further, DCB will waive the extra lapsed fee for any certified professional who is late recertifying their credential.  When you are able, you will simply recertify as normal. Your current expiration date cannot be extended so your credential will lapse if you are unable to recertify on or before the expiration date.  However, you can still recertify your lapsed credential up to one year beyond your expiration date. You may use online trainings for some or all of your recertification hours.

 

Training Opportunity: The Ethics of Client Protection: It’s Still About Boundaries

Any review of professional behavioral health ethics violations will reveal that the vast majority of ethics complaints involve issues related to a disregard for boundaries. As such, professional organizations have the primary responsibility to protect those that we serve from practitioners that abuse generally recognized boundaries established to assure that our clients are the primary beneficiaries in their relationships with us. There is no mystery to the reality that the singular topic mandated for continuing education for most behavioral health practitioners is ethics. It remains a continuing problem. This 3-hour seminar will include an exploration of professional boundaries from several perspectives, including those areas of “fuzziness” as well as the ongoing potential for countertransference where individuals responsible for the maintenance of meaningful boundaries often get into trouble.

 

DATE: September 15, 2021 - 9:00-12:00 | 3 hours of approved education

LOCATION: Online with Zoom - A camera and microphone are required. | COST: $25

PRESENTER: Thomas M. Baier, MHS, LPC, CADC, CCS

 

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Professionals have two options to complete the recertification process:

  1. Complete the Recertification Application online. PLEASE NOTE: You must have an approved account to complete the application online.
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Licensed Chemical Dependency Professional

The Delaware Department of State, Division of Professional Regulation offers licensure for chemical dependency professionals.  One of the licensure requirements is to hold a current and valid CADC credential issued by DCB.  For more information on becoming a Licensed Chemical Dependency Professional, click here.

 

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DCB is a member of IC&RC, the global leader in the credentialing of prevention, addiction treatment, and recovery professionals. Organized in 1981, it provides standards and examinations to certification and licensing boards in 24 countries, 47 states and territories, five Native American regions, and all branches of the U.S. military.

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