Ethics Matters: Structuring Ethical Training During SupervisionLearning Objectives:Structuring MFT Supervision is important and we will look at ethically structuring the supervision process, so students, associates, and supervisors can self reflect on managing risk and identifying red flags from the start. Participants will identify keys to maintaining an ethical clinical practice, by managing expectable risks, and advocating for self care.
Sallie Campbell, LISW-CP/AP, LMFT, LMFT-S retired from MUSC Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences in August, 2015 and has been in solo private practice since September, 2015 at Campbell Consultation and Therapy, LLC in Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina.
Her experience has been in inpatient and outpatient psychiatric care and as a manager for a MUSC's Psychiatry North: Youth and Family Services & in MUSC's Children's Day Treatment Program.
Sallie has had an active career on the local, state and national level, serving two terms on the AAMFT Ethics Committee, one term on the AAMFT Board of Directors, and is a past president of SCAMFT and NASW-SC. Sallie has served on the Internal Review Committee for South Carolina Board of Social Examiners since October, 2002.