Kelly Pieper, MSW, LICSW, IMH-E, Rachel Slough-Johnson, MS, LMFT, TCTSY-F, Terri Bly, PsyD, LP
Participants will understand the 2-3 unique ethical components of working with and documenting work within complex family systems, minors including very young children and adolescents, and cases with high levels of client trauma. Participants will be able to name 3-4 best practices when it comes to documenting services and responding to documentation requests from families, outside providers, and court/legal systems. Participants will identify 2 additional ways to set supportive, ethical boundaries with clients in complex and high-trauma cases. All learning will allow clinicians to best serve individuals, couples, and families in ethical ways and assure compliant documentation that reduces risk of boundary challenges, misunderstanding, and negative client outcomes.
Kelly Pieper, MSW, LICSW, IMH-E
Kelly Pieper is a clinical social worker with expertise in working with very young children and children on the permanency spectrum. Kelly has received her Adoption and Permanency Competency Certificate, is on the national roster of Child Parent Psychotherapy providers, and is an endorsed Infant Mental Health provider. She is a registered reflective supervisor and provides early childhood consultation to childcare and service providers across Minnesota. Kelly has a variety of training and expertise on working with children and families and documenting these services with both client and compliance in mind.
Rachel Slough-Johnson, MS, LMFT, TCTSY-F
Rachel Slough-Johnson is a clinical licensure supervisor and therapist in Winona. They are committed to ongoing learning, particularly regarding trauma across the lifespan. They hold certifications in AIR Network, TF-CBT, and Trauma Center Trauma Sensitive Yoga, and have completed training in Sensorimotor Psychotherapy, Safe and Sound Protocol, Sensory Motor Arousal and Regulation, and EMDR.
Terri Bly, PsyD, LP
Terri Bly is a licensed clinical psychologist who has worked with individuals and couples since 2005 in a variety of settings, including college counseling centers, bariatric surgery programs, a Human Resources consulting firm, and mental health clinics. She began working with separated and divorced couples in 2016, after completing her Rule 114 Certified Divorce Mediation Training at the Erickson Mediation Institute. Since then, she has received training in Discernment Counseling at the Doherty Relationship Institute in Minneapolis, and completed the High Conflict Coparenting course through William James College. Since joining Ellie Family Services in 2018, about half of Terri’s practice has focused on families and family members affected by separation or divorce, including children 12-18, parents, co-parents and blended families. Terri is part of the Complex Family Systems team, serving as the Clinical Advisor and Specialist, leading Rule 29 consultation groups and providing individual consultations to therapists working with complex families.
Ellie is offering a CEU series to the greater mental health community! All trainings welcome anyone who would like to join us to learn more about various topics. Following each training you will be provided a certificate of completion via email. CEU approvals pending for the following regulatory boards: BMFT, BSW, BBHT, Psychology, and Nursing. If interested please sign up here and we will save your seat!