Wed, Jul 28 | Online

Ethical Considerations - Counseling During COVID w/Dr. Thema Bryant-Davis

Liberation Psychology: Ethical Considerations for Practice with Marginalized Communities with Dr. Thema Bryant-Davis and co-presenters: Dr. Melba Vasquez and Dr. Ed Shafranske
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Ethical Considerations - Counseling During COVID w/Dr. Thema Bryant-Davis

Time & Location

Jul 28, 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM EDT

About the Event

Ethical Considerations: Counseling During the Time of COVID-19


Dr. Thema Bryant-Davis,  Psychologist | Professor at Pepperdine University | Candidate for APA President-Elect

Dr. Melba Vasquez  | Former APA President | Author of multiple works on ethics in psycotherapy

Dr. Ed Shafranske | Licensed Psychologist | PsyD Program Director Pepperdine University

This 1-hour program will expand the professional's understanding  of ethical considerations for counseling during times of COVID with a focus on teletherapy, training and supervision, and trauma-informed treatment. Research has demonstrated increases in anxiety, depression, intimate partner abuse, and grief and loss during the pandemic.

This presentation will discuss:

1. The case for all practioners to provide care through a trauma-informed lens

2. Address the diverse forms of trauma and the many ways distress is presented in clients

3. The impacts on psychology training programs and the adjustments made with considertion of ethical practices

4. The use, safety, and accessibilty of clients and practioners

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