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Ethics Workshop

  • May 11, 2018
  • 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
  • CBIZ, 700 W. 47th Street, Kansas City, MO


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Annual GKCPA Ethics Workshop

An Ethics-Focused Update in the Use of Technology in Practice

Presented by Dr. Bruce Cappo 

May 11, 9 a.m. - Noon  (note the new time) 

3 CEUs

$30 for non-members; $20 for students; FREE for members 



700 W 47th St #1100, Kansas City, MO 64112

Free parking available nearby in Plaza garages;
CBIZ parking garage charges by the hour. 


Seating is limited so register now! 

Educational Objectives

    Understand the importance of using technology ethically in areas of practice that are not yet clearly defined.

    Understand the current state of televideo technology in the delivery of services.

    Become familiar with various technologies to assist in  security and privacy concerns in everyday practice.


 About Dr. Cappo

Bruce Michael Cappo, Ph.D., ABPP Dr. Cappo started Clinical Associates, P.A. in 1992 and practices as a board certified licensed psychologist in this multidisciplinary private practice setting which includes offices throughout Kansas and Missouri. Clinical Associates includes more than 85 professional service providers including licensed psychiatrists, licensed doctoral psychologists, licensed advanced practice nurse practitioners, licensed masters level psychologists, licensed specialist clinical social workers, licensed clinical marriage and family therapists, licensed substance abuse counselors and other masters level associates. Clinical Associates frequently hosts interns and post-doctoral fellows as well as serving as a preceptor site for doctoral nurse practitioners. While the group provides a full range of services to all ages, Dr. Cappo’s practice is limited to evaluation and consultation. He is a Fellow and Past-President of the Kansas Psychological Association and a Past-President of the Kansas Association of Professional Psychologists. He has served on the University of Minnesota Press Advisory Committee related to psychological assessment and is an Ad Hoc reviewer for several journals. His practice is focused in three areas: Forensic evaluations and consultation, evaluations related to public safety, and evaluations related to diagnosis and treatment.

Seating is limited so register now! 

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