The Nevada Psychological Association, in partnership with the Utah Psychological Association
and the Georgia Psychological Association presents:

Looking Through a Multidimensional Lens When Providing Telepsychology
Understanding the Ethical, Legal, and Risk Management Issues Associated with Interstate Practice

Presented by Alex Siegel, Ph.D., Mariann Burnetti-Atwell, Psy.D. and Daniel Taube, J.D., Ph.D.
Friday, October 14th, 2022  9:00am - 12:15pm

3 CE Credits

This workshop will be presented as a live, virtual presentation via Zoom webinar.
Participants will be able to communicate with the presenter in real-time during the course of instruction.
As participants can interact in real-time with the presenter, this webinar meets the requirements as a live or face-to-face CE training by the State of Nevada Board of Psychological Examiners.

 

Approved for Nevada Psychologists, LCSWs and MFTs.
NPA is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. NPA maintains responsibility for this program and its content.

 
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About the Workshop

The presentation will cover the need and rationale for allowing psychologists to use electronic communications interjurisdictionally to provide telepsychological services ethically and legally to patients. It will provide a discussion of ASPPB's E.Passport and the Psychology Interjurisdictional Compact, PSYPACT. The presentation will explore the obstacles for interjurisdictional telepsychology practice, ethical, legal and risk management issues with practice and potential solutions to such challenges. This continuing education training will satisfy the annual CE requirements for E.Passport holders.


Learning Objectives

At the end of this program, participants will be able to:
1.
 Describe what PSYPACT is and what it allows psychologists to do.
2. Describe the status of PSYPACT with respect to participating states and upcoming dates of implementation.
3. Identify ethical and legal issues involved with providing psychological services across jurisdictional borders.
4. Describe the difference between a risk management and regulatory approach with the use of telepsychology.


About the Speakers

Alex M. Siegel, J.D., Ph.D.  is an attorney and clinical psychologist. Three different Pennsylvania Governors (Ridge, Schweiker and Rendell) appointed Dr. Siegel to the Pennsylvania State Board of Psychology. He served on the Board for 13 years, 6 of which as Chair of the State Board.  Dr. Siegel was elected to the Board of Directors of the Association of State and Provincial Psychology Boards (ASPPB). He was also elected President of ASPPB in 2008. Currently, Dr. Siegel is the Director of Professional Affairs (DPA) for ASPPB. In his role as DPA, he serves as a liaison between ASPPB and state and national psychological associations. He provides training to new members of psychology licensing boards in the U.S. and the colleges of psychology in Canada. He was staff to the APA/ASPPB/APAIT joint task force on telepsychology and to the ASPPB task force on regulations for interjurisdictional telepsychological practice. He was a member of the PSYPACT task force. He is also Chair of the ASPPB Model Act and Regulations Committee (MARC).  In addition, Dr. Siegel consults with state governments, attorneys, courts and maintains a small clinical and forensic practice. Dr. Siegel's CV

Mariann Burnetti-Atwell, PsyD, serves as the Chief Executive Officer for the Association of State and Provincial Psychology Boards. Before assuming this position, Dr. Burnetti-Atwell served as the Senior Vice President of Behavior Health Services for the national correctional healthcare company, Corizon Health. For the 15 years prior to that role, Dr. Burnetti-Atwell provided behavioral health and administrative leadership to the State of Missouri in a variety of leadership roles within the Departments of Corrections and Social Services. In addition, she served on the Missouri State Committee of Psychologists through the appointments of two Missouri Governors. Dr. Burnetti-Atwell's CV

Daniel O. Taube, J.D., Ph.D. earned his JD/PhD from Villanova University and Hahnemann University (1985 and 1987, respectively), as a member of the Joint Psychology and Law Graduate Program. He is Professor Emeritus at the California School of Professional Psychology, Alliant International University, San Francisco, is currently a member of The American Insurance Trust’s Risk Management team, and regularly consults across the country with a wide range of practitioners and community agencies regarding standards of practice and ethical concerns. His areas of professional focus include ethical and legal issues in professional practice, child protection and addictions. Dr. Taube's CV


Audience

This presentation is intended for psychologists, other licensed mental health providers, and graduate students of psychology.


Registration Fees

NPA Member $75.00 (Early Bird Discount $60.00 valid until 9/16)
Non-Member $105.00 (Early Bird Discount $85.00 valid until 9/16)
Student NPA Member $0.00 (Student NPA members can attend our live, virtual trainings for n/c with discount code)
Student Non-Member $60.00


General Information

Zoom Login Link and Handout Materials:
Zoom webinar login link and Handout materials will be sent out electronically to all attendees no later than one week prior to workshop date. Printed handout materials are not available for purchase as this CE training is being offered remotely.

Workshop Location:
Live, virtual webinar via Zoom webinar.

Closed Captions

Live audio captions will be provided for this event. If you need additional disability-related accommodations, please contact us by email us at [email protected] or by phone (888) 654-0050. Requests should be made at least two weeks in advance of workshop date.

Refunds & Grievance Policy: Participants may direct questions or grievances to NPA at (888) 654-0050. An administrative fee of $15 will be charged for cancellation of registration. Please note, no refunds will be granted after October 4th, 2022.

Approval

Approved by Nevada Board of Psychological Examiners. Nevada Psychological Association (NPA) is approved by the American Psychological Association to offer continuing education for psychologists. NPA maintains responsibility for the program and its content. NPA will issue certificates of completion. APA CE rules require that we only issue credits to those who attend the entire workshop. Attendance is strictly monitored. Those logging into the webinar more than 15 minutes late or logging off before the entire workshop is completed will not receive CE credits (i.e. partial credit will not be given). 

Refund Policy

NPA will grant refunds up to 10 days prior to workshop date (minus a $30 administrative fee). Refund requests received less than 10 days prior to workshop date will be given a CE credit, valid for one year, to be used towards registration to a future NPA CE workshop.

References

PSYPACT https://cdn.ymaws.com/psypact.site-ym.com/resource/resmgr/psychology_interjurisdiction.pdf

American Psychological Association, Joint Task Force on the practice of Telepsychology.  APA Guidelines for the Practice of Telepsychology. (2013).  American Psychologist. Washington, DC:  Author. https://www.apa.org/practice/guidelines/telepsychology/ 

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Luxton, D. D., Pruitt, L. D., & Osenbach, J. E. (2014). Best practices for remote psychological assessment via telehealth technologies. Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, 45(1), 27–35. https://doi.org/10.1037/a0034547

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American Telemedicine Association Guidelines https://www.liebertpub.com/doi/abs/10.1089/tmj.2016.0065?journalCode=tmj

American Telemedicine Association Practice Guidelines for Telemedicine Health with Children and Adolescences https://www.liebertpub.com/doi/abs/10.1089/tmj.2017.0177 1 Oct 2017https://doi.org/10.1089/tmj.2017.0177


There is no potential conflict of interest and/or commercial support for this program or its presenters.