Ethical and Legal Challenges in Today’s Practice Environment
Presented by Bruce Cappo, Ph.D, ABPP
Earn 3 CEs
This presentation will discuss the ethical and logistical challenges related to practicing in today’s environment of ever-changing technology including areas that are not yet clearly defined. Ethical best practices related to offering services within the context of our current pandemic as well as how this will impact practice in the future will be addressed.
- Identify two areas where the ethical use of technology has not yet been clearly defined.
- Identify two areas of potential risk and focus related to the current state of tele-video technology in the delivery of services amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
- Identify an area of current ethical concern as it relates to each of these areas: security, billing, forensics, privacy.
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. 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 planning. Dr. Cappo also performs evaluations for both the defense and prosecution in federal, state, county and municipal courts. Dr. Cappo provides services in the field of public safety including applicant and promotional assessment, fitness for duty related issues, consultation and training to various Federal, State and local agencies as well as private entities. He is currently a consultant for the Overland Park Police Department as well as working with a number of other local and nearby police departments. He also provides evaluations for DEA, ICE, the Department of Energy, NOAA, OPM and other federal agencies. He is a board-certified specialist through the American Board of Professional Psychology (ABPP) in the area of Police and Public Safety Psychology and is a Board Member as of 2019.
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This is approved as a live, interactive CE presentation. Participants will have the same physical presence expectations through video that would be required for in-person events to gain CE credit.
COST: Free for GKCPA members, $15 for guests/non-members
DEADLINE TO REGISTER: To receive the Zoom meeting link in your email prior to the start of the workshop, please register by the evening of June 25.