INTERVENING WITH TRAINEES NOT ATTAINING PROFESSIONAL COMPETENCY. CCPTP MIDWINTER MEETING. SAVANNAH, GEORGIA FEBRUARY 6, 2009. Linda Forrest, Ph.D. University of Oregon firstname.lastname@example.org Nancy S. Elman, Ph.D. University of Pittsburgh (EMERITUS) email@example.com.
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INTERVENING WITH TRAINEES NOT ATTAINING PROFESSIONAL COMPETENCY
CCPTP MIDWINTER MEETING
FEBRUARY 6, 2009
Linda Forrest, Ph.D.
University of Oregon
Nancy S. Elman, Ph.D.
University of Pittsburgh (EMERITUS)
• Update on progress since 2006 CCPTP presentation
• Opportunity to engage in difficult conversations and challenges across the training ecology
- Ecological Model (Forrest, Elman & Miller)
- Problem Solving Model (Wester, Christianson, Fouad & Santiago-Rivera)
- Legal Risk Management (Gilfoyle, APA Counsel)
- Chair of APPIC (McCutcheon)
- Director of APA Ethics Office (Behnke)
Volume 2 (4), November 2008
(Shen Miller, Forrest & Elman, in press; Miller, 2008; Shen-Miller, Forrest & Burt, under review)
Cultural beliefs about being a psychologist and training
practices to become a psychologist. Social blueprint such as attitudes about race/ethnicitygender/sexual orientation/disability
Licensure, accreditation, gate-keeping requirements, evaluation, remediation and dismissal policies, professional competency standards, legal statutes, court cases
Interactions among colleagues, peers,
faculty and supervisors
Direct interaction with peers, students,
supervisors, advisor, instructors
Graphic Courtesy of Christiane Oilar Blanco-Vega
Symposium presented at the APA Commission on Accreditation Annual Assembly
Available at www.apa.org/ed/accreditation/
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