Training & Best Practices
Presented by Dan Upshaw, LMFT, LPC
Saturday, Aug. 28, 2021 9-11am
Friday, November, 2021 3-5pm
Saturday, January 14, 2022 9-11am
Marriage & Family Therapists recently achieved 1013/2013 parity in the state of Georgia. Using a 1013/2013 requires specific knowledge about how the process works, legal & ethical considerations, and familiarity with the 1013/2013 form.
Understand the legal process of involuntary mental health treatment
Demonstrate understanding and use of the 1013/2013 form
Identify legal and ethical considerations in use of the 1013/2013 form
About the Presenter:
Dan Upshaw, LMFT, LPC has extensive experience working in a medical environment with a variety of mental health providers in the psychiatry and mental health department at Grady Memorial Hospital. In this setting, as a dually licensed MFT & LPC Dan has years of first hand experience providing care to patients within the process that begins with the 1013/2013. Dan is also involved with GAMFT and as part of the Legislative Committee helped achieve 1013/2013 parity for MFTs in Georgia.
Continuing Education Credit:
2 core hours for GAMFT is pending. Allied professions may count this workshop as related hours.