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Since the landmark Tarasoff decision of the 1970s, mental health providers have faced difficult decisions regarding their duty to warn and protect, given the unclear direction between law, legal precedent, and ethical standards. This presentation presents a review of important decision-making principles regarding the duty to warn.
After completing the webinar, attendees will be able to:
- Discuss the differing expectations between ethical and legal standards;
- Identify specific statutory and ethical language to understand when a duty to warn or protect is necessary; and
- Demonstrate applied knowledge using provided case examples.
About the Speaker
Wally Campbell, PhD, NCCHC-MH, is the chief psychologist for the State of Idaho’s Department of Correction. He has worked in Corrections in a number of capacities, including juvenile probation officer, group home house parent, correctional officer, and correctional education coordinator.
Continuing Education Credits
This intermediate-level workshop is intended for post-doctorate-level psychologists; however, other licensed health and mental health care providers are welcome to attend. This workshop is sponsored by the Idaho Psychological Association. The Idaho Psychological Association is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. The Idaho Psychological Association maintains responsibility for this program and its content.
One (1.0) continuing education ethics credit will be available to psychologists for full attendance of this webinar.
Other health/mental health professionals
This workshop provides a total of 1.0 contact hour. Attendance letters will be provided. Contact your board or professional association for your specific CE requirements.
Important please read: CE credit/attendance letters will be provided only to individuals who attend the full webinar, pass the post-test with a score of 80% (in 2 attempts) and complete the workshop evaluation. Even if you are not new to the technology, plan to log-in early to give yourself wiggle room, as Zoom recently has made some security updates that may require a few extra minutes of log-in time.
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