This workshop will address issues that are unique to the practice of school psychology including students' and parents right to privacy, confidentiality, and informed consent; record keeping; culturally sensitive services to diverse clientele; individual and group assessment; as well as counseling and therapeutic interventions. Participants are invited to discuss ethical dilemmas from their own experience.
- Linda K. Knauss, Ph.D., is a Professor and Director of Internship Training at Widener University’s Institute for Graduate Clinical Psychology. She is chair of the Pennsylvania Psychological Association’s Ethics Committee, a member of the American Psychological Association’s Ethics Committee, and has served as Co-Chair of the Philadelphia Society of Clinical Psychologists’ Ethics Committee. Dr. Knauss has taught courses in ethics at Widener University, Immaculata College, and the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. She has authored several book chapters and journal articles on ethics and has taught many continuing education workshops on a variety of ethical issues. Dr. Knauss was the recipient of the 2002 Ethics Educators Award presented by the Pennsylvania Psychological Association’s Ethics Committee and the recipient of the 2004 Pennsylvania Psychological Association Distinguished Service Award.
Tour of the school will be offered following the workshop.