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PAA Professional Ethics Round Tables - Confidentiality & Consent 20211110

Date 2021-11-10
Time 12:00 - 13:30
Location Zoom
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Audience Members Only
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Intended Audience

PAA Provisional, ECP, Full and Life members who would like to participate in a free, confidential study round table that will target topics of professional ethics in psychology.


PAA Ethics Round Tables (PERT), is a peer-support program to enhance ethical professional practice and decision making. 

This program is not intended to provide clinical supervision nor to offer an expert opinion or detailed consultation on one specific case. This program is not personalized professional guidance such as that offered by the College of Alberta Psychologist’s Professional Guidance program nor is it one-to-one practice advisor support such as that offered by the PAA Practice Advisor Program. These sessions will not be recorded, and minutes or notes will not be taken.

Format and Schedule

Topic: Confidentiality & Consent

Facilitator: Dr. Teresita Jose

This registration DOES NOT guarantee a spot. The first fifteen (15) registrants with an approved Participation Agreement will have a spot.

Dr. Teresita Jose

Dr. Teresita Jose

I have been a clinician and academic for over 40 years in Alberta as well as the Philippines and England. The special focus of my clinical work has been with children. adolescents and their families, in residential treatment settings, schools, as well as outpatient mental health services in both urban and rural communities. I have taught severely disturbed children as well as psychology courses at the postsecondary level, supervised many masters and doctoral students at the University of Calgary as well as provisional psychologists, and provided clinical consultation to various treatment groups. My management experience includes setting up various community mental health clinics in Northeastern Alberta communities and as director for rural mental health services in the Calgary Region whilst working with Alberta Health Services.My psychology volunteer work in Alberta includes being a panel chair for the CAP Oral Examinations since its inception, ten years with CAP Council, with three as president; and ten years with the CAP Hearing Tribunal. Currently I supervise a provisional psychologist and serve as a PAA Practice Advisor. As well, I continue to be active with an international group focused on school-based family counseling.

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