The Arizona School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University (ASPP) hosted a continuing education workshop in March for approximately 70 professional psychologists who provide supervision to ASPP Doctor of Psychology in Clinical Psychology practicum students from the Phoenix, Tucson, and Prescott areas.
The continuing education workshops focused on:
• Human trafficking with a presentation from a representative of the Arizona Attorney General’s office
• Child abuse with a presentation by Dr. Maylin Griffiths, assistant professor of clinical psychology at ASPP
• “Supervision in a Language Other than English: Ethical and Legal Obligations” by Drs. Louise Baca and Ana Luisa Bustamante, professors of clinical psychology at ASPP
• Medical marijuana by Dr. Larry Sideman, professor of clinical psychology at ASPP,
• “An Ethics Update: Changes in AZ Law and Telepsychology” by Dr. Cindy Olvey, executive director of the Arizona State Board of Psychologist Examiners.
The workshops were offered at no cost to participants and as thanks for their time and dedication in supervising practicum students from ASPP.
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