Fundamental Principles & Emerging Issues in Ethics: Part II

Description

Closed captioning is provided with this program.

This workshop continues the conversation about fundamental principles and emerging ethical issues in clinical practice. Participants are encouraged to attend the first workshop but it is not a prerequisite. This workshop reviews “thinking errors” that contribute to vulnerabilities to ethical missteps in professional practice. Review of Ethics Code Standard 9.04 serves as an exercise in careful reading and interpretation of the language of the Ethics Code. The workshop concludes with discussion of two major emerging areas of change with significant ethical implications: the ever-expanding electronic frontier and the implications for clinical psychologists of evidence-based practices and of neuroscience. Original webcast date: Oct. 20, 2017.

Learning Objective 1
Identify at least three “thinking errors” that contribute to ethical missteps in professional practice.

Learning Objective 2
Practice careful reading and interpretation of Standards of the Ethics Code with Standard 9.04.

Learning Objective 3
Apply a model of ethical reasoning to at least one emerging ethics issue involving “the electronic frontier,” evidence-based practice, or neuroscience.

Presenter

Robert Kinscherff

Dr. Kinscherff is a clinical/forensic psychologist and attorney who currently serves on the administration and doctoral clinical psychology faculty at William James College. He is also Science Faculty at the Center for Law, Brain & Behavior at Massachusetts General Hospital for projects on neurodevelopment, law, and science-based decision-making in legal proceedings. He is Senior Associate at the National Center for Mental Health and Juvenile Justice. He is a past two-term Chair of the APA Ethics Committee and has published and taught widely in ethics, law and professional practice.

Continuing Education

Credits:
3.0 CE
Production Date:
N/A

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Price: $80.00

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