To Be or Not to Be Returning to Office

To Be or Not To Be: Clinicians Returning to Office

Enroll in the Online Self-Study and complete the training on your own schedule.
1.5 Ethics CE Credits available for behavioral health clinicians completing the Online Self-Study

This course will help you make the complicated decision of when and how to begin seeing clients in your office following and during the COVID-19 pandemic. This course will cover the legal, ethical, and practical aspects of returning to the office.

After participating in this training, participants will be able to:

  • Explain the meaning for clinicians to return to seeing clients in their offices
  • Identify the issues that need to be considered to create a safe environment
  • Determine the many factors to be considered including vaccination for patient and clinician, immunosuppressed conditions, and more
  • Describe the ethical issues that should be considered in returning to the office.


The Online Self-Study offers
1.5 Ethics CEs for $29

To Be or Not to Be Self-Study
Laura Groshong Headshot

Laura Groshong
LICSW

Laura Groshong, LICSW, has been in clinical practice for the past 43 years.  She was also a Registered Lobbyist in Washington for five mental health organizations for 25 years.  She has been the Director of Policy and Practice for the Clinical Social Work Association nationally since 2006 and, through the Mental Health Liaison Group, worked on passage of the Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equality Act of 2008, the Affordable Care Act, and many other pieces of legislation that support and benefit LCSWs.  Laura, a dynamic and engaging speaker, has written and lectured extensively on clinical and legislative issues around the country.