Workshops – CE Hours

Participating in continuing education for LPC or LMFT counseling can be a great way to stay current on changes within ethics requirements, hear about new trends, gain additional knowledge within your field, and network with colleagues. Whether you are a practicing counselor or graduate student taking steps to grow professionally is the right choice.

Dr. Ken Bateman has been a provider of Mental Health Continuing Education Seminars for more than 30 years. His ethics seminars focus on changes within the rules both current and past that effect the day-to-day services provided to individuals and families. Mental Health Seminars address best practices regarding current issues of ethics that have been raise or ruled upon by the Texas Behavioral Health Executive Council and/or Texas Health and Human Services. He also offers Mental Health Seminars on specific topics especially those issue experiencing an increase within the population or are of concern within the community of counseling professionals. New in recent years are Dr. Bateman’s Technology Seminars covering the how-to as well as the ethics relating to telehealth. These seminars are regularly requested by both newly interested and former attendees. Dr. Bateman’s seminars whether ethics, mental health, or technology, are presented based upon best practice treatments, procedures, and ethics. All his seminars will meet you where you are in your efforts to grow as a professional.

Whether you will be attending to fulfill continuing education requirements or have an interest in the topic being presented or both, Dr. Bateman’s seminars will be well worth your time and money. His attendees come back again and again because he offers them relevant up to date information in an engaging environment.

Hope to see you at the next seminar!

Technology Seminar

The rules for Texas Marriage and Family Therapists requires an LMFT providing counseling virtually to have at least two hours of CEUs related to technology. This seminar, however, offers three hours of interacting with colleagues focusing on delivering quality services online. The participants will review the requirements for providing virtual counseling, the ethical issues involved, and the opportunity to share how they are providing supervision in a unique way. The seminar is open to Licensed Marriage and Family Therapists, Licensed Professional Counselors, and Social Workers.

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June 14th Technology Seminar

Friday, June 14, 2024


9 am – 12.15 pm

Conference Room
1901 N. Central Expressway Suite 220
Richardson, TX 75080