Indiana Psychological Association - Event Information
IPA Southwestern Conference 2018
Continuing Education AND Ethics credits . . .
Meet the August 31 deadline!
2018 IPA Southwest Regional Meeting
Friday, August 3, 2018
LOCATION: University of Southern Indiana University Center Room 2217 8600 University Blvd Evansville, IN 47712
· Lunch will be served
· Free Parking and no permit required
Sponsored by: Indiana Psychological Association
Central Time: Registration = 8:15 am
Morning Session = 8:45 am - 12:00pm
Lunch = 12:00pm - 1:00pm
Afternoon Session = 1:00pm - 4:15 pm
CE Credits Full Day = 6.0 Category I and Ethics credits
Half Day = 3.0 Category I and Ethics credits
BY July 31, 2018 FULL DAY - 6.0 CE Hours
$160 IPA Member
$270 Non-Member Psychologist & Other Professionals
$185 Other States Members
HALF DAY - 3.0 CE Hours
$95 IPA Member
$150 Non-Member Psychologist & Other Professionals
$120 Other States Members
AFTER July 31, 2018 FULL DAY - 6.0 CE Hours
$185 IPA Member
$295 Non-Member Psychologist & Other Professionals
$210 Other States Members
HALF DAY - 3.0 CE Hours
$120 IPA Member
$175 Non-Member Psychologist & Other Professionals
$145 Other States Members
Ethical Dilemmas: Reaching Resolution By: Shannon E. Woller, PsyD, ABPP
Ethical dilemmas arise when two or more values come into conflict and are common occurrences in all facets of psychology. However, despite being frequently encountered, ethical dilemmas can create significant amounts of distress, frustration, and circular thinking for those involved especially in situations that do not present immediately obvious solutions. The purpose of this presentation is to provide psychologists with tools to help clarify the values in conflict when ethical dilemmas are identified, to write meaningful ethics questions that clearly summarize the dilemmas, and to generate options for ethical resolution of the dilemmas. To achieve these aims, the presentation will first review a number of common values that come into conflict in psychology (e.g. beneficence and autonomy, confidentiality and duty to warn, and competence and nonmaleficence). Next, a structured formula for generating ethics questions will be presented. Lastly, the structured ethics questions will be used to guide information seeking and generation of alternatives for resolution of the conflict. Examples provided during the presentation will cover clinical, teaching, and research aspects of psychology to show how these principles are applicable across the field. By the end of the presentation, attendees will have practical and reproducible tools that they can use in their professional endeavors to clarify and resolve challenging ethical dilemmas.
The steps to be covered in the current presentation are based on the National Center for Ethics in Healthcare’s CASES approach to resolving bioethical dilemmas and will be applied specifically to a psychology audience. The National Center on Ethics in Healthcare has spent considerable resources outlining a process for ethics consultation which can be applied by individuals or groups when they are faced with ethical challenges. The history of the CASES approach will be briefly summarized and resources for additional study will be presented for interested attendees to review following the presentation.
By completing the program, participants will be able to:
1. Identify values that are frequently in conflict in ethical dilemmas 2
2. Learn a structured format for writing ethical dilemmas to help clarify the conflict of values
3. Generate options for ethical resolutions of dilemmas based on the written ethics question.
Shannon E. Woller, PsyD, ABPP
Shannon Woller is a board-certified clinical health psychologist who is the Executive Psychologist for Veterans Health Indiana and the Director of the Mental Health Clinic at the Roudebush VAMC. Clinically, Dr. Woller sees adult veterans with mental health symptoms and/or medical problems. Her practice style employs a mix of cognitive behavioral therapy, behavioral therapy, motivational interviewing, and acceptance and commitment therapy. Dr. Woller is also the Chair of the hospital-wide Ethics Consultation Committee at her VAMC and has attended numerous trainings related to that role. In 2016, she was selected for one of only 8 ethics fellowship spots across the country by the VA’s National Center on Ethics in Healthcare and successfully completed that fellowship in 2017. Dr. Woller enjoys teaching as an adjunct professor at the University of Indianapolis where she has taught courses on Health Psychology and Ethics and at IUPUI where she has taught courses on health psychology. Dr. Woller is the mother of three boys all under the age of 8 and cherishes the time spent with her family and the energy and chaos her sons and husband bring to her life.
Integrated Care: Models and Ethics of Collaboration By: Joseph R. Biggs, PhD, HSPP
This presentation will review the recent mutual professional interest in, and growth of, integrated care, specifically in primary care settings. The speaker, who has helped advance integrated care in west-central Indiana and east-central Illinois over the past two decades, will discuss models of collaborative care, examples of successful collaboration, barriers to collaboration, and potential problem areas and concerns. Special attention will be given to possible ethical pitfalls and important ethical differences between psychology and various medical professions. The speaker will add humor and personal examples to illustrate the exciting possibilities and challenges of integrated care and provide practical advice for those psychologists interested in exploring this growing area of practice.
By completing the program, participants will able to:
1. Describe various models for collaborating with primary care providers, ranging from coordinated care to fully integrated care.
2. Demonstrate an improved understanding of the professionals, settings, scope, and patient-based advantages of primary care medicine.
3. Explain the salient roles of psychology in primary care settings and the potential challenges and ethical pitfalls associated with these roles.
4. Describe how the provision of services in an integrated care model differs from the traditional behavioral healthcare delivery model.
Joseph R. Biggs, PhD, HSPP
Dr. Biggs received his Ph.D. in counseling psychology from Indiana State University in 1989, his M.S. in agency counseling from Indiana State University in 1985, and his B.A. in psychology from Hanover College in 1984. He has been a licensed psychologist and Health Service Provider in Psychology in Indiana since 1990 focusing on rural behavioral health and clinical health psychology. After six years in rural community mental health at the start of his career, he joined Union Hospital (Terre Haute) as its inpatient medicine consultation-liaison psychologist treating patients across all units of the hospital. He served as the Behavioral Science Coordinator for the Union Hospital Family Medicine Residency from 2004 until 2010. In that role, he directed the training of family medicine residents in interpersonal, communication, cultural competency, diagnostic, and intervention skills and supervised clinical and counseling psychology doctoral students in integrated primary care settings. He has been an adjunct faculty member in the counseling psychology (inactive) and clinical psychology departments at Indiana State University since 1992. He is the Chairperson of the Indiana State Psychology Board and a member of the Indiana Psychological Association.
SPECIAL NOTE TO CONFERENCE ATTENDEES:
The Indiana Psychological Association (IPA) is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. The Indiana Psychological Association maintains responsibility for this program and its content.
Through the Indiana State Psychology Board and Indiana Behavioral Health Board:
· IPA is an approved provider of Category I continuing education for psychologists.
· IPA is an approved provider of Category I continuing education for LSW, LCSW, LMFT, LMHC, LMFTA, LCAC and LAC.
Licensees must judge the program’s relevance to their professional practice.
All licensees who attend the entire session and complete the evaluation forms will receive a CE certificate via email confirming that 6 Category I CE credits were earned for full day attendance or 3 Category I CE credits were earned for half day attendance.
Please note that APA rules require that credit be given only to those who attend the entire workshop session. Those arriving more than 15 minutes after the scheduled start time or leaving early will not receive CE credits. Partial credit cannot be given.
IPA will provide refunds for registration cancellations made at least 10 days before the event minus a $25 cancellation fee. No refunds will be given for cancellations fewer than 10 days before an event.
For questions about venue accessibility or to request accommodations, please contact the IPA office at 317-257-7449. Please specify your accommodations at least one week in advance to ensure seamless access.
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University of Southern Indiana University Center 8600 University Blvd, Room 2217 Evansville, IN 47712 UNITED STATES