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Newsletter | Winter 2024 Article 3 | South Central MIRECC

Free CE: SC MIRECC CBOC Mental Health Grand Rounds Archived Webinar Series on Ethics

SC MIRECC National CBOC Mental Health Grand Rounds webinars provide continuing education (CE) training on evidence-based practices, research, and new issues in mental health to VA clinicians who work with rural and underserved Veterans. An archive of recorded webinars includes three trainings that can help clinicians increase their knowledge of ethics.

One hour of CE per training is available for physicians, psychologists, nurses, social workers, and counselors (JA IPCE, ACCME, ANCC, APA, ASWB, NBCC, NYSED SW). Most webinars recorded in 2022-2023 also have ACPE for pharmacists. New webinars and recordings offer CRCC for rehabilitation counselors. To access the complete archive visit

Cultural Competency in Disability: An Ethical Imperative
Presented by Erin Andrews, PsyD, ABPP
Recorded on March 10, 2022 | Expires April 30, 2025

After the training learners will be able to explain the ethical imperative of conceptualizing disability as a diversity variable; identify two relevant ethical principles, standards, and conflicts in working with people with disabilities; and compare and contrast the pros and cons of a hypothetical ethical case resolution.

Providing Tele-Mental Health Care to Older Veterans: Equity and Ethical Considerations
Presented by Jennifer Freytag, PhD, JD
Recorded on September 15, 2022 | Expires November 9, 2025

After the training learners will be able to describe barriers to equitable use of tele-mental health with older Veterans; discuss ethical principles to tele-mental health practice with older Veterans; and identify potential ethical issues when conducting tele-mental health visits with older Veterans.

Courageous Conversations: Cultural Competence in MH Treatment with Veterans of Color
Presented by Angela Moran, LCSW-BACS, Evelyn Webb, LCSW- BACS, and Tamara Richardson, LCSW-BACS
Recorded on July 13, 2023 | Expires September 3, 2026

After the training learners will be able to understand the value of cultural competence and humility in ethical mental health treatment of Veterans of color; identify levels of racism and the mental health impacts of racism on BIPOC persons; explore the concepts of microaggressions and institutional racism in the justice system; gain knowledge of barriers to mental health care in communities of color; and implement practical strategies to aid clients of color in overcoming barriers to mental health treatment.


Last updated: January 24, 2024