Utah Psychological Association
3 Continuing Education Ethics Hours
As articulated in the APA ETHICS CODE in Principle A,Beneficence, and in Ethics Standard 2 Competence (2.06, Personal Problems and Conflicts), psychologists are required to monitor our functioning and to take positive actions to promote our wellness and to prevent the development of burnout so that we may maintain appropriate standards of competence. Yet, there are a number of threats to our competence, especially during a pandemic, that can make this especially challenging.
This webinar provides participants with tangible guidance on how to meet our ethical responsibilities for self-care by effectively integrating positive self-care practices into our lives to promote ongoing competence and flourishing during challenging times.
Jeffrey E. Barnett, PsyD, ABPP ; Former APA and ABPP Ethics Chair
Dr. Barnett is a licensed psychologist who is board certified in Clinical Psychology and Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology. Additionally, he is a distinguished practitioner of the National Academies of Practice. In addition to his work as a professor and associate dean at Loyola University Maryland he has maintained a private practice over the past 35 years. He has been president of the Maryland Psychological Association and of three APA divisions along with many other leadership roles to include Chair of the Ethics Committee of the Maryland Psychological Association, American Psychological Association and American Board of Professional Psychology and Vice Chair of the Maryland Board of Examiners of Psychologists. He has over 200 publications to include 13 books and provided over 350 professional presentations and workshops focusing primarily on ethics and professional practice issues for psychologists. Through his many publications and presentations, Dr. Barnett has made major contributions in ethics and ethics education, online psychological wellness, mentoring, boundaries and multiple relationships, self-care and the promotion of psychological wellness, clinical supervision, telepsychology, integrating religion and spirituality into clinical practice, business of practice and risk management.