1013/ Involuntary Hold: Navigating the Mental Health System - Before, During and After a Crisis., Pyramid Family Behavioral Healthcare, Friday, 02. October 2020

Title: 1013/ Involuntary Hold: Navigating the Mental Health System - Before, During and After a Crisis.
 
Course Description: 
Do you need 6 CE's? Are you interested in learning the proper way in which to write a 1013? Do you want to know what an emergncy team looks at when admitting a patient againsit their will to protect themselves or someone else based on their specific symptoms?
This seminar will include tips on assessing mental health emergencies. The participant will learn how to conduct a ******* and homicide risk assessment, conduct a mental status exam and a substance abuse evaluation. There will also be a discussion of the common diagnosis for people presenting in the emergency room in crisis and the types of psychotropic medications commonly used for these diagnosis. Other topics will include ethical issues related to the care of the patient while in the emergency room, duty of warn (if any for your state) according to the law of the state and the Tarasoff court case (The original 1974 decision mandated warning the threatened individual, but a 1976 rehearing of the case by the California Supreme Court called for a "duty to protect" the intended victim.)The discussion will also include involuntary commitment, what treatment looks like (inpatient/outpatient) and some discussion around insurance.
 
EMERGENCY MENTAL HEALTH/ NAVIGATING THE MENTAL HEALTH SYSTEM
Mental illness is a global problem that is on a continuous path of growth throughout the United States and World. Mental health emergencies pose the largest increase in emergency room visits in the past decade. The World Health Organization estimates that there is a more than 20% increase in emergency room visits by people with mental health complaints.
 
Learning Objectives:

Assess and triage mental health emergencies
Assess and intervene with suicidal, homicidal, psychotic or other patients in crisis
Assess and intervene with substance withdrawal
Completing the mental status exam
Understanding an involuntary hold, voluntary admission and the 2014
Common Diagnosis that could land you in the hospital
Malingering
Inpatient vs. outpatient criteria/State specific – Managed care
Ethical, legal and liability issues, EMTALA ( Emergency Medical Treatment and Active Labor Act – 1986), duty to warn (what happens in your state)

 
Bio: 
Mamie Jones, M.A., LPC, MFT, Edd (ABD) is a Licensed Professional Counselor with over 10 years of experience assessing patients experiencing  mental health crisis in emergency medicine throughout the greater Atlanta area through Grady Health System, Emory University Hospital and Atlanta Medical Center. She is currently in  private practice assessing and treating patients with various mental health complaints.  Ms. Jones is an 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). Ms. Jones is also on the Advisory Board at Clark Atlanta University. Ms. Jones is a graduate of The University of West Alabama with a B.S. in Business Management with a concentration in Marketing. She holds a M.A. in Community Counseling with a specialty in Marriage and Family Therapy and is licensed in the state of Georgia as a Licensed Professional Counselor.
 
 
Continuing Education Credit: 
 
 Application is pending by LPCA-GA for 3 continuing education hours
 Application is pending by GSCSW for 3 continuing education hours
 
Refund Policy:
Requests must be in writing. Refunds will be given on requests postmarked or faxed no later than 7 business days prior to the seminar. No refunds will be issued for "late arrivals" and "no shows". Address: October Road, Inc, Erin Evans, Administrative Assistant/Seminar Coordinator, 119 Tunnel Road Suite B, Asheville, NC. 28805-1800. Fax: (828) 350-1300. Requests may also be emailed to eevans@pyramidhc.com.
 

Friday, 02. October 2020, Pyramid Family Behavioral Healthcare, 1013/ Involuntary Hold: Navigating the Mental Health System - Before, During and After a Crisis.

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