Kansas Psychological Association

June 26, 2015

KPA/The Trust Ethics and Risk Management Webinar

Attend the Kansas Psychological Association Webinar

Adventures on the Electronic Frontier: Ethics and Risk Management in the Digital Era

Friday, June 26, 2015, 9:00 AM to 5:15 PM Central Time

(8:00 AM to 4:15 PM in Sherman, Wallace, Greely, and Hamilton Counties)

Webinar presented by The Trust and Eric A. Harris, Ed.D., J.D.

The Trust's Ethics and Risk Management Continuing Education Workshops are widely recognized for their timely content and value to psychologists, particularly those insured through The Trust Sponsored Professional Liability Program. This recent sequence in the workshop series is presented live in selected locations nationwide, but now you can participate in a webinar from the comfort of your own space. Completing this course earns you 6 CE credits and makes you eligible for a 15% savings on your Trust Sponsored Professional Liability Insurance premium for two consecutive years at next policy renewal.

How it works:
This six-credit-hour "SIMULIVE" webinar enables those who can't travel to a live workshop to virtually attend and earn the same CE credit and 15% insurance premium reduction afforded those physically attending a workshop. It consists of a prerecorded and streamed presentation followed by a one-hour online Q&A session with the webinar presenter. Participants must be present during the entire webcast (verification codes will be flashed onscreen at random times throughout the presentation). There will be a 15-minute morning break, a 1-hour lunch break, and a 15-minute afternoon break during the webcast.

Why you need to attend this webinar:
With the expansion of the digital age, even psychologists who have no interest in providing some or all their services remotely are being confronted by issues having to do with the new internet and computer-based technologies. Facebook, Google, cyber reviews and attacks, email, texting, Twitter, Skype, real time audio and visual technology, encryption and computer security are impacting almost all psychologists. This webinar gives participants a means to evaluate risks, benefits, and appropriateness of using various electronic communication and social networking media in professional practice; and to potentially utilize good risk management strategies in the provision of remote professional services.

Get started now! To obtain 6 CE credits and insurance premium savings:

• Get details for the webinar, learning objectives, and registration here
• Register and create a login here (webinar fee is $175 for Trust insureds, $250 for non-insureds)
• Watch the prerecorded presentation (9:00 AM to 4:15 PM CT in Kansas; or 8:00 AM to 4:15 PM MT
in Sherman, Wallace, Greely, and Hamilton Counties)
• Join a 1-hour online Q&A session with the presenter immediately following the presentation
• Complete a brief online webinar evaluation
• Download and print your CE certificate
• Trust insureds: submit the certificate with your insurance renewal to receive the 15% premium reduction

Don't miss this opportunity to earn 6 CE credits and become eligible for savings – in your home, office, or anywhere you have internet streaming access!

Save the date and see you there!

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Eric A. Harris, Ed.D, J.D. Biography

Eric A. Harris, Ed.D., J.D., is a licensed psychologist and attorney in Massachusetts. He is a consultant to The Trust, through which he provides risk management consultation services to The Trust’s insureds. Dr. Harris received his J.D. from Harvard Law School and his Ed.D. in Clinical Psychology and Public Practice from the Harvard University School of Education. Dr. Harris is also the legal counsel to the Massachusetts Psychological Association, where he served as the Director of Professional Affairs for ten years. He currently serves on the APA/ASPPB/Trust Joint Task Force on the Development of Telepsychology Guidelines for Psychologists. Dr. Harris previously served as a faculty member at the Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology and conducted a part time private clinical practice for more than 15 years. He served for many years on the APA Committee for the Advancement of Professional Practice (CAPP) and served two terms on the APA Committee on Legal Issues (COLI).

Dr. Harris has written, consulted and lectured extensively on risk management, legal issues, managed care, and coaching. He has represented psychologists before both ethics committees and state licensing boards and has been a consultant to both plaintiffs and defendants in mental health malpractice actions.