Discussion of any calculated risks taken by prac- titioner Follow-up notes on action/inaction related to earlier recommendations Reports to and from other professionals related to client’s care Correspondence related to client’s care Documentation of any efforts to obtain/appeal denial of insurance Telephone contacts from and to client Date any modifications of records for accuracy Documentation of consultations with other pro- fessionals related to assessment/diagnosis and intervention/treatment Documentation of informed consent to changes in mutually agreed upon plan of action
Education Committee MSCSW 2010 Continuing
Education Opportunities Private Practice Group
The next meeting of the Private Practice Business Issues Consultation group will be on Monday, Janu- ary 11, 7-9pm at Tubman Family Alliance, 3111 First Avenue South, Minneapolis, 55408. Free to MSCSW members. Contact Mark LaChapelle at 952- 928-8474 or email@example.com with ques- tions.
WINTER WORKSHOP January 29, 2010
April 23, 2010
Tubman Family Alliance TBA (ideas welcome) Workshops “Infant Mental Health” Susan Schultz, LICSW, LP Carol Siegal, LP Scott Harmon, LICSW “The Clinical Impact of the Internet On Our Clients”
TBA (presenter or panel sug- gestions?)
9am – 4pm 6 CEUs
9am – 12:30pm
For further information, see the website (mnclinicalsocial- work.org), newsletter, mailing, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Free to MSCSW members and no registration necessary
INFANT MENTAL HEALTH: A Primer for Mental
Health Professionals January 29, 2010 8:30 am – Registration 9:00 am – 4:00 pm – Program
Scott Harman, MSW, LICSW Susan Schultz, PhD, LP, LICSW Carol Siegal, PhD, LP
Mayflower Church 106 East Diamond Lake Road (“54th Street” at 35W) Minneapolis MN 55419
Continental breakfast, lunch & beverages provided.
This workshop offers an introduction to the field of Infant Mental Health. In the morning session theo- retical and research underpinnings of the field and key concepts of interest to a broad range of mental health professionals will be presented. In the after- noon session case material will be used to illuminate case formulation and intervention concepts that characterize the dyadic, relationship focus of infant- parent psychotherapy. Participants will have an op- portunity to explore how infant mental health knowledge and dyadic approaches may inform psy- chotherapy with older children, adolescents and adults.
WORKSHOP GOAL The main goal of this workshop is to introduce the rich and integrative field of infant mental health and to excite participants to explore ways key concepts may be meaningful in their own work.
WORKSHOP OBJECTIVES Participants will be able to:
Identify an area of research that has contributed to the integrative knowledge base of infant mental health.
Name a significant intervention concept that has evolved within the field of infant mental health.
Apply infant mental health concepts and frame- works to a case.
MSCSW Newsletter – Winter 2010