|Course Title||APA 2018 - CEW 155: Managing Ethical Dilemmas and Complex Relationships in Police and Public Safety Psychology Settings
|Provider||American Psychological Association
|Instructor(s)||Jocelyn Roland, Ph.D., ABPP and Jeni McCutcheon, Psy.D., M.S.C.P., ABPP
|Method of Instruction||Workshop/Seminar
APA Ethical Dilemnas Proposal 2017 (1).docx
NOTE: This four (4) hour CE session is approved for 2.5 hours of POST CPE credit.
Police and public safety psychology is a specialized practice domain that requires knowledge of the services provided to consumers, an understanding of the legal issues associated with service delivery, and cultural competency related to the environments in which intervention and consultation occur. This advanced workshop addresses steps in managing ethical dilemmas and complex relationships consistent with the APA Ethics Code. Through didactic material and interactive discussion of case examples, participants advance their ability to manage predicaments in this distinct environment and thoughtfully consider emerging issues in ethical reasoning specific to these governmental agencies.
Identify and effectively resolve
distinctive ethical dilemmas and complex relationships in governmental
Improve understanding of dilemmas
involving confidentiality, limitations of competence, multiple relationships
and organizational conflict demands.
Identify a model to apply ethical
principles and standards when managing ethical dilemmas;
Gain knowledge of new and emerging
ethical issues impacting psychological practice in governmental settings;
Practice sound ethical decision
making through active case discussion relevant to daily practice in
Explain how diversity factors (e.g.,
race, culture, sexual orientation) are relevant in resolving ethical dilemmas
and arise in complex relationships.