Legal and Ethical Issues in Psychotherapy I
Online Course (open entry course) ~ 6 CE credit Hrs
As professional ethics codes, regulations and case law become
increasingly complex, busy practitioners often find it difficult to
keep up with these developments and may unknowingly be at increased
risk for lawsuits or ethics and licensing complaints. This is
the first in a sequence of two online workshops
presented by Dr. Dan Taube. If you have not taken an online
Ethics course, this is a good one to start with. If you have already taken this
course, you can sign up for part II by clicking here.
Dan Taube, JD, PhD, is a Professor in the California School of Professional Psychology, San Francisco at Alliant International University and past Psy.D. Program Director. His areas of expertise include ethical and legal issues in professional practice, child protection, addictions, disability and parenting. Dr. Taube is a frequent presenter in mental health workshops and forums thoughout the State of california.
Taube received his law degree from the Villanova University Doctoral
Program in Psychology and Law (1985) and his Doctorate in Clinical
Psychology from Hahnemann University (1987).
is our most popular Continuing Education workshop. It provides an
overview of recent ethical, regulatory and other legal changes that
affect professional practice. Topics include:
- Reducing Risk
- Rules & Standards
- Obligations & Immunity
- Reporting Requirements
Participation may qualify psychologists for discounts on malpractice insurance (please check with your insurer).
The Classroom Workshops and Web Lectures meet and exceed the Board of Psychology (BOP) four-hour and the Board of Behavioral Sciences (BBS) six-hour law and ethics update requirement.