Course Details

Course TitleThe Role of the Psychologist in Consulting with Police and Firefighters
Date 6/4/2019
ProviderCalifornia Psychological Association (CPA)
Phone916 286 7979 ext 122
Emailscullivan@cpapsych.org
Website www.cpapsych.org
LocationCE live webinar sponsored by California Psychological Association (CPA), Sacramento, CA
Credit Hours0.5
Instructor(s)Mark Kamena, PhD, ABPP
Method of InstructionVirtual (Synchronous/Live)
Approving AgencyAPA
Course Syllabus WEBINAR DIV 3 CONSULTATION.pptx


Course Description

Police and public safety (PPS) psychologists play a unique role in providing consultation and guidance to law enforcement agencies, fire service departments, and their personnel. PPS psychologists provide psychotherapy and also do assessments in the form of conducting pre-employment and fitness-for-duty psychological evaluations. They also interact directly with Chiefs of departments in the form of providing consultation.


Course Objectives

Police and public safety (PPS) psychologists play a unique role in providing consultation and guidance to law enforcement agencies, fire service departments, and their personnel. PPS psychologists provide psychotherapy and also do assessments in the form of conducting pre-employment and fitness-for-duty psychological evaluations. They also interact directly with Chiefs of departments in the form of providing consultation.

Please see the attached for all the pertinent information for this 1-hour workshop.