4 CE-Ethics for psychologists
Registration Information: (Continental breakfast is included.)
Registration deadline is June 13, 2018.
Save $20 by registering on or before May 22, 2018 with the Early Bird Discount!
OPA Member Fee: $125 | OPA Student Member Fee: $95 | Non-OPA Member Fee: $175
If you or your company is interested in exhibiting or sponsoring this conference, please contact Karen Hardin at 614.224.0034.
The course is designed to help you avoid problems in the ten main areas found to increase the risk to psychologists for licensing board and lawsuit complaints. This is a risk management workshop with a strong emphasis on ethical considerations. You will learn how to recognize the top ten problem areas, which include dealing with supervision issues, high conflict divorce issues, determining when a person is or is not actually a client, properly handling records issues, responding to subpoenas, avoiding multiple and problem relationships, dealing with duty to report and protect issues, and complying with HIPAA laws and rules. Vignettes will be used to discuss specific case situations.Attendees will receive a 50 page plus handout which lists all of the topics and related legal and other documents covered in the course. The handout is indexed for easy reference in the future.
As a result of this workshop, participants will be able to:
- Identify 10 major practice areas presenting a high legal/licensing board risk to therapists,
- Recognize areas of the law which impact those high risk practice areas, and
- Learn ways to avoid problems in those high risk practice areas.
- Revised Code of Ohio 4732.17 OAC, Laws and Rules for the Psychology Board of Ohio
- Revised Code of Ohio 4732.17.01, General rules of professional conduct pursuant to section 4732.17 of the Revised Code. www.ohio.gov
- Revised Code of Ohio 3798.01,Protected Health Information
About the speaker:
Glenn Karr, JD, is an attorney in private practice who handles insurance, general business and employment matters for clients, including therapists in solo practice and groups. He frequently deals with questions involving professional licensing board issues and defends therapists when complaints are made against them to their licensing boards. Glenn has been a lawyer for over four decades. During Glenn’s years of practice he has served as the top legal officer of the fifth largest Blue Shield plan in the country, was on the Board of Trustees of one of the first HMO’s formed in Central Ohio, fought managed care companies for many years on behalf of psychologists while working with OPA, and has taught a law school course entitled The Regulation of Insurance. He is listed in the Bar Register of Preeminent Lawyers.
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