Telepsychology: Managing Risk in Practice

Key legal and ethical uses of technology; most common concerns common threats to information security, privacy, and confidentiality; and ethically integrating new technologies.

Telepsychology: Clinical Applications of Technology

Which clients are best served using technology; important aspects of emergency planning, informed consent, and record keeping specific to the use of technology; and current use of technology to ethically integrate new technologies.

Telepsychology: Technology and Your Practice

Employing technology in clinical practice; methods for using technology to augment clinical interventions; common threats to information security, privacy, and confidentiality; and the current use of technology to ethically integrate new technologies.

Psychology of Money

Personal financial management largely from the perspective of the individual mental health professional and to a lesser degree the patient/client; knowledge of basic financial concepts, money beliefs, and cognitive errors; value proposition related to work; understanding the subtleties of negotiation; and prioritization of financial affairs.

Ethics and Risk Management in Retirement of your Psychological Practice

Various models of personal retirement; cognitive, emotional, and financial issues associated with personal retirement; basic methods to prepare for the potential incapacity to make financial or healthcare decisions; steps to ethically and effectively close one’s professional psychology practice; and process of constructing an effective professional will.

Ethical and Risk Management Issues in Supervision

Three competencies essential to the practice of clinical supervision, two specific aspects of supervisor monitoring associated with best practices, whether to engage in a multiple relationship with a supervisee, four essential components of the supervision contract, and issues rated to confidentiality of supervisee disclosures in supervision.

Planning Creatively & Strategically for Long-Term Practice Success

Strategic planning as applied to the independent practice of psychology, professional goals and values, potential economic and social changes, creative approaches to building and maintaining an independent practice, and relevant ethical and professional standards for evolving practices.

What Every Psychologist Should Know to Provide Efficient, Ethical, & Risk-Managed Care: Part 1

A new generation of outcome measures makes it more feasible to integrate routine measurement into a private practice or agency. Clients can submit measures online, score automatically, and obtain immediate results. Part I focuses on evidence supporting the use of outcome measurement and what new and existing measures are available to psychologists in private practice or an agency.