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2016 Convention Bundle

Get special pricing by purchasing all three recorded sessions from the CPA 2016 Convention or you may purchase each course individually. More


  • $75.00

Master Lecture: Practice in the Age of Telepsychology with Deborah C. Baker, JD, Jana Martin, PhD, Alex Siegel, JD, PhD

CE Credit: 1.5

Deborah C. Baker, JD, Jana Martin, PhD, Alex Siegel, JD, PhD This program looks at the increasingly dynamic field of telepsychological practice. Panelists will provide an overview of the key principles identified in the APA Guidelines for the Practice of Telepsychology -- developed jointly by the American Psychological Association (APA), the Association of State and Provincial Psychological Boards (ASPPB) and the Trust. More

1 hour 40 minutes
  • $30.00

Mental Health and Competencies: Essential Information for Clinicians and Forensic Evaluators with Craig R Lareau, JD, PhD, ABPP

CE Credit: 1.5

Craig R Lareau, JD, PhD, ABPP As psychologists, we often work with individuals with mental illnesses and limitations. Sometimes our patients are in situations where their abilities to perform legally-relevant tasks may be questioned. This presentation will discuss several civil and criminal competencies, the relevant legal criteria involved, and information about how to assess these competencies. Participants will be able to: Describe what the construct of competence is as it relates to different legally-relevant tasks. Differentiate various legal standards for competence in civil and criminal arenas. Discuss key methods for assessing competence as they relate to legally-relevant functional abilities. Craig R Lareau, JD, PhD, ABPP, Private Practice, Arcadia, CA. More

1 hour 30 minutes
  • $30.00

Minors, Consent to Psychotherapy, and High Conflict Parents: Parsing Ethics, Clinical Needs and California Law with Daniel O Taube, JD, PhD

CE Credit: 1.5

Daniel O Taube, JD, PhD The purpose of this presentation is to explore and clarify the implications of California law as it relates to conflicts between minors and their parents over consent to treatment and access to records. Case examples will set the stage for describing functional approaches to these complex cases. Participants will be able to: Identify the underlying legal and clinical tension between parents' rights and obligations to make healthcare decisions for minor children, and countervailing, compelling state interests. Describe two underlying assumptions in regards to confidentiality of services when parent's consent. Be prepared to use a relevant method of approaching complex parent consent and privacy concerns with parents and adolescents in high conflict families. Daniel O Taube, JD, PhD, Alliant International University/CSPP, San Francisco, CA & The Trust Risk Management Group, Rockville, MD. More

1 hour 30 minutes
  • $30.00

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