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Daniel Taube, JD PhD

Can of Worms 2.0:
Law & ethics with couples, kids & families

Saturday March 2, 2019
9:00 - 4:00       $165/$140 until 2/8/19      6 CE hours
APA Level - Beginning-Advanced

We’re bringing you another enlightening and entertaining ethics training with the latest information you need to know!

Clinical work with couples and families is especially challenging for mental health professionals. This workshop will emphasize those challenges, and provide clinician’s with relevant information and practically-focused tools and approaches to the complexities that can arise in this work. It will also provide a broader perspective on ethical and risk management decision-making that will put these problems in context. We will cover:

HOW YOU FEEL - the role of affect in cliician decision-making
INFORMED CONSENT for families, couples and children
PRIVACY concerns (including secret-keeping, couple records access, third party requests for information; parental access to children’s treatment records)
.…AND IT’S LIMITATIONS (e.g., responding to legal demands, child abuse reporting rules and changes, duty to protect and Rosen v. UC Regents, 2018)
THE NEW TARASOFF WARNING—what exactly is it?
BOUNDARIES and balance
TELEHEALTH—the use of technology, remote services, and digital communications

Dr. Taube is a nationally recognized professor and continuing education instructor who has been providing law and ethics workshops for over 25 years. He is known for his ability to weave clinical, risk-management, and legal knowledge and experience into engaging and thought-provoking seminars for practitioners at all levels.

This workshop is designed to help you:

  • Expand your understanding of good ethical decision-making and risk-managements techniques
  • Define who the client is
  • Develop more informative and protective consent processes
  • Heighten sensitivity and knowledge regarding the nuances of privacy in multi-person treatments
  • Develop additional approaches to addressing boundary concerns
  • Understand the potential benefits, risks and approaches to using technology in your practice, clinic or organization

Daniel Taube, JD PhD earned his JD from Villanova University in 1985 and his PhD in clinical psychology from Hahnemann University in 1987, as a member of the Hahnemann/Villanova Joint Psychology and Law Graduate Program. He is Professor Emeritus at the California School of Professional Psychology, Alliant International University, San Francisco, where he was also a past PsyD Program Director, and the founder and coordinator of the Forensic Family Child Track. He is currently a member of The American Insurance Trust’s Risk Management team, and regularly consults across the country with a wide range of practitioners and community agencies regarding standards of practice and ethical concerns. His areas of professional focus include ethical and legal issues in professional practice, child protection and addictions. In addition to his teaching and research interests, he has a couples practice in San Francisco, has been serving on the APA Ethics Appeals Panel for over 20 years, and has conducted numerous professional level workshops on ethical and legal issues in professional practice.