2016 OKMHCA Summer Conference

June 3, 2016
8:30am - 4:00 pm


CONFERENCE SPEAKER
Lee Underwood, PsyD 
 
"Current Trends in Human Trafficking: Implications for Ethical Practice and Clinical Supervision"

Total (CEU'S) 7 hrs. 
3 - Ethics 
3 - Supervision 
1 - Regular 
 
LOCATION PORTLAND CAMPUS
 
Francis Tuttle Technology Center (map)

 

12777 North Rockwell Avenue
Oklahoma City, OK 73142

 

"Tuttle Theater"

Behind the flag poles at the main entrance

(East Side)

 
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CONFERENCE SPEAKER

Lee A. Underwood, PsyD. is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist in several states and a Certified Sex Offender Treatment Provider . He is a full Professor at Regent University, School of Psychology & Counseling. Dr. Underwood is a nationally renowned specialist in the area of juvenile sex offender formation and the treatment of survivors of human trafficking. As Director of the Center for Addictions and Offender Research operated by Regent University, he and his team are responsible for most of the cutting edge research taking place in these arenas. Dr. Underwood has worked extensively with residential and juvenile justice programs and has been recognized as one of the leading program innovators for juvenile justice and community treatment programs. His most recent books include Counseling Adolescents Competently (in final production by Sage Publishers) and Adolescents in Conflict (Taylor Made Publishing).

 

Current Trends in Human Trafficking: Implications for Ethical Practice and Clinical Supervision

Survivors of commercial sex trafficking experience complex traumatic symptoms due to multiple interpersonal incidents with multiple perpetrators. These can include threats, humiliation, rape, torture, assault, abuse, confinement, and other interpersonal violence. This training will contextualize the ethical code of conduct for behavioral health providers paying special attention to those areas that relate to the indicated controversial issues. Case studies and case law where precedence in managing ethical dilemmas will be presented. Participants will be exposed to several supervision paradigms in the management and treatment of survivors of human trafficking.



Schedule: 
 
8:00 - 8:30  Registration
 
8:30 - 11:30 Morning Session - 

Lee Underwood, PsyD.

 (3 hrs. of Ethics ) 
 
11:30 - 1:00 Lunch - (Special dietary needs will be the sole responsibility of the attendee) 
Presentation by the State Board of Behavioral Health (1 Hr.) CEU 
 
1:00 - 3:00 Afternoon Session - 

Lee Underwood, PsyD. 

(2 hrs. of Supervision)
 
3:00 - 4:00 - "Challenges of Supervision" by Anita Walker, LPC (1 Hr.)
 
 



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