The Utah Psychological Association,
Practical Ethics in Challenging Times: Ethical Decision-Making and Practice, Boundaries and Multiple Relationships, Telepsychology, and Clinical Supervision
Presented by Jeffrey E. Barnett, PsyD, ABPP
6 CE Credits
THIS QUALIFIES FOR ETHICS NEEDED FOR LICENSURE!
New Hampshire and Nevada Psychological Associations will partner with The Utah Psychological Association for this live webinar. Attendees will be able to interact with the presenter.
This webinar focuses on key issues relevant to the ethical, legal, and clinically effective practice of psychology in the areas of risk management and ethical decision making, boundaries and multiple relationships, telepsychology and integrating various technologies into practice, and ethics, legal, and clinical issues relevant to clinical supervision. Standards to which psychologists are held are reviewed and guidance is provided for fulfilling our ethical obligations. A model for ethical decision-making is reviewed for effectively respond to ethical dilemmas. Risk management strategies are reviewed for optimizing client outcomes while reducing liability risk for psychologists. Relevant professional standards are reviewed and a model for promoting ethical practice is presented. The role of diversity and individual differences is addressed for each of the topics discussed. Common challenges and dilemmas in boundaries and multiple relationships, when integrating technology into practice and practicing telepsychology, and in clinical supervision are addressed and recommendations for ethical, legal, and effective practice are provided to best meet ongoing client needs are addressed. Time is included for discussion and relevant clinical examples are provided to illustrate points being made.
At the end of this program, participants will be able to:
- Differentiate aspirational ethics from defensive practice.
- Describe the elements of effective risk management
- List the boundaries relevant to the psychotherapy relationship
- Explain how diversity factors impact the meaning of certain boundaries
- Describe the decision-making process for entering multiple relationships with clients
- Describe the relative benefits and limitations of treatment via telepsychology
- Explain how diversity issues should be addressed clinical supervision
- Explain the role of the supervision contract
- List the qualities of effective clinical supervisors
Jeffrey E. Barnett, Psy.D., ABPP
Jeffrey E. Barnett, Psy.D., ABPP is a licensed psychologist and is board certified by the American Board of Professional Psychology in Clinical Psychology and in Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology. Additionally, he is a Distinguished Practitioner in Psychology of the National Academies of Practice. He also is a Professor of Psychology at Loyola University Maryland. He is a nationally recognized expert in ethics and legal issues for mental health professionals and has served as chair of the ethics committees of the Maryland Psychological Association, the American Psychological Association, and the American Board of Professional Psychology. He also has served as the Vice Chair of the Maryland Psychology Licensing Board. Dr. Barnett has numerous publications to include 13 books and over 250 articles and book chapters and over 400 professional presentations that focus on ethics, legal, and professional practice issues for mental health professionals. Among many other awards, he is the recipient of the APA’s Outstanding Ethics Educator Award. (Also, past president of Maryland Psychological Association, MPA Representative to APA Council for six years, and past president of APA Division 31.)
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Register online at: www.utpsych.org OR Call Teresa Bruce at 801-410-0337