Ethics in Private Practice

Professional Counselors are entrusted with providing counseling services to the public.  Independently Licensed Private Practitioners in Private Practice offer additional resources for the community to obtain necessary behavioral healthcare.  This being said--Counselors commit to uphold several key areas of legal responsibility and accountability to protect the public, the profession, themselves and continue the advancement of the profession. This webinar will review multiple relationships, boundaries and highlight some recent key ethical issues in Arizona.  

Learning Objective: Counselors will obtain a brief review of ethics as they pertain to the daily work of private practice.


Jordanna L. Saunders is a licensed counselor and owns a private practice in Goodyear, AZ. Her passion is working in adult trauma recovery. She has worked in behavioral health for over 15 years and has spent about half her career in administration (hence-she considers herself a self-care guru). Jordanna is a Board approved clinical supervisor. She is Navajo and has worked extensively with the Native American Population. Jordanna is graduate of the University of Arizona with a degree in Psychology with minors in American Indian Studies and Anthropology and has a Master's Degree in Counseling from Arizona State University. She has had additional training from SAMHSA in Behavioral Health Leadership through Project LIFT. She’s an avid runner and enjoys naps equally.


Ethics in Private Practice
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CE Evaluation
9 Questions
CE Certificate
1.00 CE Credits credit  |  Certificate available
1.00 CE Credits credit  |  Certificate available