Practice, Theory, and Ethics in Psychology
Gerald Young, Ph.D. of
Glendon College, York University
1.To describe psychological injuries and the difficulties in assessing them
2.To know common symptom validity tests (SVTs) and their relevant scales
3.To be able to list common interpretations for SVT scales that reach thresholds indicative of negative impression management
4.To describe malingering, feigning, etc., and common algorithms for their detection
5.To know the Daubert legal criteria
6.To know how they can be improved in application to court
7.To examine the APA ethics code principles and how they can be revised
8.To examine a developmentally informed ethics in mental health work
9.To understand a network/ systems approach to causality
10.To examine a new approach for treatment related to causality
11.To view causality as a unifying factor in psychology
12.To view an inclusive stage model of development
13.To examine the socio-affective steps in the model
14.To consider ethics globally, e.g., in research ethics, informed consent, ethics and law in children
15.To consider whether there should be a patient bill of right
February 11, 2022
Event Time: 1-4 pm
Location: The comfort of your home or office
Method: You will be sent instructions and a link to connect to the meeting by the morning of February 11, 2022 prior to the event.
Continuing Education: Hours awarded will be determined by how long you stay connected to the meeting.
Certificates will be e-mailed to participants.