3-Hour Learning from Mistakes: What Malpractice Cases Teach Mental Health Professionals
10:00AM - 01:00PM
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Review and update your understanding of the elements of personal injury cases against clinicians. The basic dimensions of malpractice law will be covered, including research and commentary about the underlying reasons for lawsuits against mental health professionals, and an update on the developing standards of care that case law articulates. Lessons from these decisions that are relevant to day-to-day practice will be discussed, along with implications for maintaining and improving competencies.
Daniel Taube, JD, PhD, has been providing continuing education to licensed mental health professionals since 1995. He received his JD from Villanova University and his PhD in clinical psychology from Hahnemann University. Dan has served as the Director of the Doctor of Psychology Program and is core faculty at CSPP-SF, Alliant International University. He maintains a private practice in San Francisco where he works with couples.
- Room 215
Friday, July 20, 2018
This course meets the Law & Ethics requirement for Psychologists, MFTs, LCSWs, LPCCs & LEPs.
APA, CAMFT, BRN
2956 San Pablo Ave Berkeley, CA 94702