The District of Columbia Psychological Association
Ethics Committee Presents:
Challenges of Emerging Technology in the Practice of Psychology
The DCPA Ethics Committee is presenting a series of workshops addressing the clinical, ethical, and risk management issues of integrating newer technologies into the practice of psychology. We will present as our first workshop:
Using Video Teleconferencing in Your Psychotherapy Practice:
Clinical Opportunities and Ethical Challenges
LO 1 - Participants will explore the risks and benefits of on-line therapy.
LO 2 – Participants will identify clinical opportunities and clinical/ethical challenges in the use of video teleconferencing as a modality for therapy.
LO 3 – Participants will explore HIPAA compliance and other ethical/risk management issues involved in providing therapy using SKYPE.
Saturday, , October, 20, 2012
Rebecca Mahayag, LCSW-C
Marilyn Schwartz, Ph.D. – Member, DCPA Ethics Committee; Jeanette Witter, Ph.D. – Member, DCPA Ethics Committee
8:30 a.m. Check-in and Coffee; 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. Workshop
3 Ethics credits
Members - $45.00; Non-Members - $60.00;
Graduate Students - $25.00
This conference will be held at the Washington School of Psychiatry
5028 Wisconsin Ave., Suite 400
Washington DC, 20016
All registration must be completed through DCPA.
There will be NO on-site registration.
To register, please visit the DC Psychological Association at: www.dcpsychology.org
Telephone: (512) 788-0207, ext. 0 Fax: (800) 784-9034