Webinars

AASP offers webinars on a quarterly basis, providing valuable education on a wide range of topics by experts in the field. These are also available for on-demand purchase & viewing if you miss the live presentation. Credits toward CMPC re-certification can also be earned by participating in AASP webinars.

Next Webinar
Essential Ethics for the AASP Professional

Wednesday, May 16, 2018

3:00 pm Eastern
2:00 pm Central
1:00 pm Mountain
12:00 pm Pacific
7:00 pm UTC

Session length is 75 minutes.

Speakers
Ed Etzel, EdD, CMPC, West Virginia University
Brandonn Harris, PhD, CMPC, Georgia Southern University

Overview
Objectives of the webinar include (a) providing participants with a brief overview of AASP's Ethics Code and associated values, (b) presenting an overview of selected challenging ethical issues commonly encountered within teaching, research, and practice environments, (c) presenting and providing case examples of the integration and application of an ethical decision-making model to assist professionals in navigating ethical dilemmas, and (d) providing an opportunity for participant questions and concerns that can be addressed at the conclusion of the webinar.
 
Participants will be introduced to the structure and core content of the ethics code to include its Principles and Standards. Because AASP members encounter regular ethical challenges in their work lives, having an understanding of the underlying values of the code is essential to understanding and applying its guidance in day-to-day work settings. Examples of common, selected issues will be discussed with some brief case examples. Selected topics to be addressed will include confidentiality, competence, and boundaries [multiple relationships]. Participants will also be introduced to a practical decision-making model useful to assessing the nature of ethical challenges as related to the code and steps to consider following when making an ethical decision. Finally, the presenters will respond to questions participants raise through the moderator of the webinar.

CMPC Knowledge Area
K1: Professional Ethics and Standards

CE Credit
This program has been approved for 1.25 hours of CE to partially meet the continuing education re-certification requirement for Certified Mental Performance Consultants (CMPC).

Registration
Registration is closed. The archived version of the webinar will be available approximately two weeks after the live air date.

Students - $25
AASP Members - $35
Non-Members - $50

Program Format
You can attend an AASP webinar from your home or office. All you need is an internet connection. You can see the presentation slides on your computer or mobile device, and listen to the audio through your device, or call in with a phone. Registrants will be provided with login information the day prior to the session. The webinar will also be archived for those who wish to watch it at a later date.

About the Speakers

Dr. Ed Etzel is a Professor in CPASS and a Licensed Psychologist in the state of West Virginia. Ed completed an American Psychological Association-approved doctoral psychology internship at Duke University's Counseling and Psychological Service in 1988. He served as a part-time psychologist for the West Virginia University Department of Intercollegiate Athletics from 1990 to 2017 providing counseling services for personal, career, and sport performance enhancement. Ed received his BS from Tennessee Technological University in Biology and Secondary Education in 1974, his MS in Physical Education from West Virginia University in 1979, and his Ed.D. in Counseling Psychology from WVU in 1989. Ed has edited three books on the provision of counseling and psychological services to college student-athletes, authored numerous book chapters and refereed journal articles, and made approximately 100 professional conference presentations. His areas of special interest are counseling college athletes, alcohol and substance abuse, brief counseling/psychotherapy with college students, ethics and legal issues in sport psychology, peak performance enhancement development, transitions and retirement from sport, and stress management. Ed is listed as a consultant on the U.S. Olympic Committee's Sport Psychology Registry. He currently serves as Chair of the Association for Applied Sport Psychology's Ethics Committee. Ed served as Chair of the American Psychological Association's Division 47 Education Committee. He is a Fellow of the Association for Applied Sport Psychology and received the American Psychological Association's Division 47 Distinguished Contribution to Education in sport and exercise psychology award in 2009.

Dr. Brandonn S. Harris is currently the Program Director and Associate Professor of Sport and Exercise Psychology at Georgia Southern University, where he also serves as the Graduate Program Director for the Department of Health Sciences and Kinesiology. At Georgia Southern he teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in the areas of ethical issues in sport psychology, psychological aspects of peak performance, social psychology of sport, and also supervises graduate students' practica in sport and exercise psychology. Dr. Harris is a current member of the Association for Applied Sport Psychology and Division 47 of the American Psychological Association. He is a Certified Mental Performance Consultant (CMPC) and is also listed on the United States Olympic Committee (USOC) Sport Psychology Registry. For AASP, he currently serves as the Coordinator for the Youth Sport Special Interest Group. He is also a member of the AASP Ethics Committee which he previously chaired for 4 years, and the Graduate Program Committee. He is finishing a two-year term as the Division 47 convention program co-chair. As a researcher, he has conducted and published several book chapters, peer-reviewed publications, and delivered numerous national and international presentations in the areas of professional practice and ethical issues in sport psychology, youth sport, and coach and athlete burnout. As a sport and exercise psychology practitioner, he has consulted with youth and collegiate athletes, teams, parents, and coaches on a variety of sport psychology-related topics. Dr. Harris obtained his bachelor's degree in Exercise Science with a sport psychology specialization from Truman State University in Kirksville, Missouri. He holds two master's degrees with one in Sport and Exercise Psychology and the other in Community Counseling, both from West Virginia University. His Ph.D. in Sport and Exercise Psychology was also completed at West Virginia University.

ARCHIVED SESSIONS

Webinars are 75 minutes; Virtual Conferences are 3 hours. To claim CE credits for an archived webinar, email us with the name of the webinar after you watch.

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