CE Spotlight: Hot Topics in Ethics and Risk Management in Psychological Practice - May 14th, 9a-4:30p
Over its 20-year history, The Trust Risk Management Program has provided more than 50,000 consultations to The Trust’s insureds. This workshop focuses on specific areas of professional conduct that have consistently surfaced during these consultations. Topic areas covered include multiple roles and relationships, record keeping, patient suicide, limit setting and impasse resolution with clients, new challenges when working in settings where psychologists occupy multiple roles, conduct and conflict when operating in a legal arena, dealing with contentious child custody disputes, and how to reduce risk in the digital age. Workshop completion earns 6 CE credits, eligibility to receive a 15% premium discount on your Trust Sponsored Professional Liability Insurance for your next 2 consecutive policy periods, and fulfills the KRS 319 requirement for Ethics/Risk Management.
Welcome to Joy Kaplan, KPA's new Operations Manager
We are delighted to welcome Joy to KPA. Joy is a graduate of SUNY Buffalo, and recently earned her MBA from Sullivan University. She has worked as an office manager for the National Council of Jewish Women and Al-Anon, among other positions, and serves on the Board of Directors of the Louisville Hebrew School and The Temple. Joy has a great deal of experience in payroll, finance management, and working with nonprofit boards. In addition to an impressive skill set, she believes in the importance of access to mental health services and conveys a deep respect for psychology as a profession. We hope you'll have an opportunity to meet Joy soon, and join us in welcoming her to KPA.
Staff Psychologist at the VA Hospice and Palliative Care Center, VA Palo Alto Health Care System to present fifth webinar in 2015 KPA Webinar Series
May 27th will be the fifth webinar of the 2015 series, Integrating Psychology and Primary Health Care: Psychologists and Physicians as Collaborators, and will be presented by Dr. Julia Kasl-Godley, coordinator of Psychology training for the VA Interprofessional Palliative Care Fellowship Program, Palo Alto, CA, site. Come spend an hour each month through May considering the integration of psychology and primary care to improve patient outcomes. This webinar series will provide an introduction to integrated care in a number of areas including pediatrics, oncology, and palliative care. (More)