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PAA Professional Ethics Round Tables - Professional Competency 20220126

Date 2022-01-26
Time 16:00 - 17:30
Location zoom
Audience Members Only
Member Cost See your Price
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.

Abstract

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: Professional Competency 

Facilitator: Dr. Lorraine Breault

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

Presenter
Dr. Lorraine Breault

Dr. Lorraine Breault

Dr. Lorraine J. Breault is a professor emeritus in Psychiatry at the Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry of the University of Alberta. She holds a Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from the University of Alberta. She has held the administrative positions of Associate Dean; Community Engagement and Social Responsiveness and Associate Dean; Equity. Prior to the Associate Dean positions, she was Director of Equity in the Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry. She was the first person to hold this position in 2002 with a mandate to assist and support faculty, students, and staff to manage conflict in a timely, effective, and informal manner; and promote beliefs and values that recognize individuality and diversity, respectful behavior, and professional behaviors and attitudes in the workplace. Dr. Breault continues to provide workshops and seminars on conflict resolution, self-regulation and self-management, effective communication and problem-solving, self-esteem and resiliency in the workplace, both within the Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry and externally. She is also interested in Aboriginal Health and has supervised medical students who conducted research in this area. She was appointed by Prime Minister Harper to the Board of the Mental Health Commission of Canada in August 2007 with a term ending in 2013.

Continuing Education

 

 

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