Who We Are

We are Randall Horton, PhD and Sarah McConnell, MA, LMFT, LPC. We offer ethics training combining theory with practical applications. We are an approved provider for continuing education units (CEU’s) in Texas for Licensed Clinical Social Workers, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapists, and Licensed Professional Counselors.

Randall Horton holds a PhD in medical humanities with a major emphasis in ethics. water wall headHe  began teaching ethics at the college level in 2000. He has published works on informed consent, research ethics, and moral progress in addition to presenting on topics ranging from the ethics of grief to water as a human right. He volunteers as a grief support group facilitator and as a shopping assistant for a emergency aid organization distributing clothing and food to those in need. Randall provides the theoretical portions of our trainings.

Sarasarah in park 1h McConnell holds a master’s in marriage and family therapy and is fully licensed as a marriage and family therapist and a licensed professional counselor in addition to holding certifications in Gestalt practice and emotionally focused therapy. Prior to becoming a therapist, she worked in the oil and gas industry for 27 years and gained experience as an executive trainer and professional coach. She also volunteers as a grief support group facilitator. She provides the practical portions of our trainings.

For more information, you can reach Randall at randall@ethicsbeyondcompliance.com.

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One Response to Who We Are

  1. The Greying Panther says:

    Great topic for a blog! Thank you.

    In the old days, before I became a ‘resident’ in a assisted-living facility (isn’t “resident” a strange choice of words implying, as it does, something ‘temporary’… … …not quite a ‘citizen’ [someone with rights]… … …resident equates with a temporary dweller, a nomad, solitary person

    Anyway, here I am, at 72; a retired psychotherapist original board member of The American Counseling Association, Chair of the national examining board for Mental Health Counselors, starting a blog about how to treat assisted-living folks. Like ME!

    Do I sound a bit bitter? It takes a long time to get used to this life, and a have a great deal of family support.

    How to finish? I’ll be looking for more from you. Thanks for the ear.

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