PAA Professional Ethics Round Tables - Requests to Release File Information - Minors 20220816
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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.
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Topic: Requests to Release File Information - Minors
Facilitator: Linda Forde
This registration DOES NOT guarantee a spot.
Due to high demand, capacity has been increased for this special-edition Ethics Round Table. The first twenty (20) registrants with an approved Participation Agreement will have a spot.
Participation Agreement can be found here (https://psychologistsassociation.ab.ca/wp-content/uploads/2022/01/20210922-PERT-Participation-Agreement.pdf)
Please submit the agreement to [email protected]
Linda Forde has a passion for working with children, youth, and families since having gained the privilege of working in varied settings and population groups. Her work in the field of human services began with persons with developmental disabilities in-home care settings and then working with troubled youth in group homes. She has worked with marginalized persons of varied ethnic backgrounds in community agencies and is familiar with the nature of trauma and addiction in the family system. Her background training in Family Therapy and registration as a psychologist has expanded her knowledge of the many complexities for consideration when treating the individual, and/or the family unit. Ethical dilemmas are inevitable in the practice of psychotherapy and navigating this well requires attunement, good clinical judgment, and knowledge on ethical decision making. Linda values the self-reflection and growth that is obtained through a healthy discussion of ethical practice with fellow professionals.
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