May 7, 2018 Dinner Meeting: Telepsychology ~ Legal and Ethical Considerations
May 7 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm$35.00 - $55.00
Monday – May 7, 2018 – “Telepsychology: Legal and Ethical Considerations”
(2 CEUs for Licensed Psychologists) $55/$50/$35
Cash Bar @ 6:00 pm; Dinner @ 6:20 pm; Program Begins @ 7:00-9:00 pm
Speaker: Kenneth P. Drude, Ph.D.
Telepsychology, the practice of psychology using telecommunications, is rapidly becoming a common form of psychological practice. Dr. Drude will present some of the important issues to consider when using telecommunications with clients. Ethical standards, guidelines and state and federal legal requirements that regulate telepsychology will be reviewed and discussed. Competencies needed for telepsychology practice will be identified.
Objectives: Presentation attendees will be able to:
- Know what standards and guidelines to be familiar with when practicing telepsychology;
- Can identify key competencies needed to practice telepsychology;
- Can identify psychology licensing rules regulating telepsychology in Ohio; and
- Be aware how HIPAA requirements apply when using telecommunications with clients.
Kenneth Drude, Ph.D. is an advocate for the practice of telepsychology and participated in the development of state telepsychology and national telemental health guidelines for telepractice. He was a member of the Association of State & Provincial Psychology Board task force that wrote the psychology interjurisdictional compact (PSYPACT). Dr. Drude is a member of the Ohio Board of Psychology and has a general outpatient practice in Fairborn, OH.
Deadline to Register: 2 weeks prior to event date
Cancellation Dates are the same as the deadline date above. Fees refunded in full if cancelled by the cancellation date. No refunds given after the cancellation date.