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3 Credit Ethics and FL Statutes and Rules CE Program - PDF FORMAT
3 Credit Ethics and FL Statutes and Rules CE Program - PDF FORMAT

Ethics & Florida Statutes and Rules for Florida Psychologists (Revised Edition) - CE Program (PDF FORMAT) - 3 Credit/Hours

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  • Complete monograph-based CE Program (monograph & CE test module)
  • Revised 2013 Edition
  • PDF Format
  • Also available in self-contained packet or as an Online Course
A 3-credit, 30 question CE program by Lawrence G. Ritt, PhD.  This program reviews the laws, rules, and ethical guidelines governing the practice of psychology in Florida.  [Meets Florida psychologist's requirement for 3 CE credits in Ethics and Florida Law and Rules and 1 CE Ethics credit for Florida mental health counselors, social workers, and marriage and family therapists.]

Target Audience
Psychologists

Learning Level
Intermediate

Learning Objectives
  • Discuss critical issues in Florida statutes that affect the practice of psychology in Florida, and critical issues in Florida administrative rules that affect the practice of psychology in Florida.
  • Recognize ethical issues that affect the practice of psychology in Florida.
  • List changes in Florida statutes, administrative rules, and ethical issues that have occurred since 2007.
Areas covered include:
Understanding Ethical & Legal Standards

Sexual Misconduct in the Practice of Psychology

Advertising
Practice & Qualifications of Sex Therapist, H
ypnosis, Juvenile Sexual Offender Therapists
Confidentiality and Privileged Communications
Psychologist and school psychologist records
Use of Test Instruments
Specialty Certification
Confidentiality and Privileged Communications
Records: Standards, Maintenance & Retention, Disposition of Records Upon Termination or Relocation of Practice, Releasing, Documentation & Fee Change suggestions plus Legal Advice & Business Relationships
Expert Testimony

Complimentary or Alternative Healthcare Treatments

Ethical Risk Management

Practicing within your area of competence, Cautions about
Child Custody Evaluation
Using Projective Retrospective Thinking 
Documenting Your Decisions
Use of Test Instruments
Description of Revisions in 2002 APA Ethics Code (with 2010 Amendments)
Treatment & Forensic Evaluation of Minors
Board of Psychology: Definitions, Discipline, Violations; Penalties; Injunction., & Exemptions
References

About the Presenter
Lawrence G. Ritt, PhD, has practiced as a clinical psychologist in Sarasota, Florida.  He is president of Professional Resource Press and has been author, editor, and co-editor of numerous titles published by this company.  He has served as president of the Florida Psychological Association and on the American Psychological Association's Continuing Professional Education Committee.

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