2020 Continuing Education & Clinical Training

continuing education

Each year, Fellowship Hall offers continuing education classes for counselors which are held in our SECU Lecture Hall inside our Alumni Outpatient Center. The 2020 Class Schedule is below; sign up for all 8 classes for $280 and save $40!

Fellowship Hall is approved by the National Board of Certified Counselors (NBCC) as an Approved Continuing Education Provider (ACEP No. 6839) and the North Carolina Substance Abuse Professional Practice Board (NCSAPPB) to provide credits for continuing education classes.

For more information on which credits are available for the courses we provide, please reference our course list below with continuing education units and types indicated. For the requirements for submitting credits for credential renewals, clinicians may visit the NCSAPPB website at http://www.ncsappb.org/ or the NBCC website at http://www.nbcc.org/

NCSAPPB Course Credit Descriptions

Training Fees

$40 single class – registration closes 48 hours prior to class

$20 single class for currently enrolled undergraduate or graduate students. Email your current class schedule to training@fellowshiphall.com and we’ll send you a Student Discount Coupon Code. You must be currently enrolled to receive this discount.

COVID-19 UPDATE: For the safety of attendees, presenters, and our treatment center, our Continuing Education Classes will be offered ONLINE ONLY for the remainder of 2020 and will be presented as Zoom Webinars. 

  • Registration Fees are non-refundable but may be transferred to another individual for the same session with 24 hours advance notice.
  • Reservations will not be rolled over between sessions.
  • For information about possible group rates, please contact us at training@fellowshiphall.com.
  • Each class has been granted credit hours by the NCSAPPB and/or the NBCC (as indicated).
  • You must attend the entire training class to receive credit. If you arrive late, leave early, or are not present for any portion of training, a certificate will not be issued
  • After registering, you will receive the zoom link to participate in the online class. Please note that you will be required to take part in the online class for the full four hours. Upon completion of the training, you’ll be sent an evaluation form by email. Within 24 hours of receiving your completed evaluation, we will email your continuing education certificate.

  • Lost certificates will not be re-issued

Questions or complaints?
Contact our Outreach Coordinator at training@fellowshiphall.com or 336-621-3381.

For information regarding credit hours, contact the  NCSAPPB at 919-832-0975, or the NBCC at 336-547-0607



Thursday, November 19, 2020, from 1-5pm – REGISTRATION CLOSED

Considering Clinical Supervision & Ethics presented by Dr. Latasha Becton Credits: NCSAPPB 4; NBCC 4

About the class: Have you ever found yourself at a crossroads with a supervisee? You might have been concerned about their behavior with clients, they’re making decisions that are inconsistent with good standards of practice, or perhaps they simply seem unwell?

This presentation is designed to deepen your understanding of ethical considerations for your supervision practice. Participants will discuss ethical conundrums, develop an understanding of expectations for ethical supervision practices, apply relevant codes to a case study, and develop a response that is consistent with their code of ethics and standards of practice.

Standards from the NCSAPP ethics rules and the ACS Code of Ethics will be emphasized. Participants are encouraged to bring or have ready access to their profession’s code of ethics.

About the presenter: Latasha Becton earned a Master of Arts degree in Counseling from Wake Forest University, a certificate in Substance Abuse Counseling from East Carolina University, Doctor of Philosophy degree in Counseling and Counselor Education at The University of North Carolina at Greensboro.  She has worked with mandated/criminal justice populations in an abstinence-based program, in an opioid maintenance treatment program, and provided counseling for university students.  She recently completed a three-year term as a professional member of the American Counseling Association Ethics Committee, and she is currently chair of the ethics, training, and standards committee for the International Association of Addiction and Offenders Counselors.  She is  an Assistant Professor of Counselor Education at North Carolina Central University and a member of the therapy staff at Fellowship Hall.