with Jaime Hoyle, Esq., and current Executive Director of the Virginia Board of Counseling
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About the Event
The presentation will review the Department of Health Professions and the role of the Board of Counseling. However, the presentation will focus on the regulations regarding the standards of practice. We will discuss common complaints against LPCs and focus on efforts to avoid common pitfalls. The presentation will also highlight the supervision requirements outlined in the regulations and the importance of providing high quality supervision to develop excellent LPCs to serve the Commonwealth. We will also provide an in-depth examination of the disciplinary process of the Department of Health Professions, from complaint to resolution. Included in that discussion, will be an analysis of the development of the Sanction Reference Points and their use in the Board determining fair and consistent outcomes for violations of the standards of practice. There will also be a question and answer period.
There will be a short Q&A session from 11:30 to noon.
Breakfast buffet included.
Earn 1.5 Contact Hours for attending this event.
About the Presenter:
Jaime H. Hoyle is the executive director for the behavioral sciences boards, which consist of three separate boards: The Board of Counseling, The Board of Psychology, and the Board of Social Work. Ms. Hoyle is an attorney by education and trade. She received her undergraduate degree from Boston College in 1997 with a BA in English, and she received her law degree from the University of Richmond, T.C. Williams School of Law, in 2000. Her career has focused on government, policy, and health care law. She began her career as a staff attorney for the Virginia State Crime Commission, where she developed an interest in the intersection of crime and mental health. Pursuing that interest, she became the Senior Staff Attorney and Health Policy Analyst for the Joint Commission on Health Care, where she also staffed the Behavioral Health Subcommittee. Most recently she served as Chief Deputy Director of the Department of Health Professions, a position appointed by Governor Terry McAuliffe. Ms. Hoyle is married with two children, and resides in Midlothian, Virginia.
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