How do otherwise well-respected and admired psychologists get themselves into difficulties? What are some of the common cognitive and emotional factors involved in our decision-making? How do we best care for ourselves, our peers and others? This workshop will identify positive steps we can take to maintain our professional and personal ethics. We will utilize small group discussions, self-assessments, journaling and intentionality to create a self-care plan that will enhance our ethical decision-making resources.
- Participants will discuss the differences between risk management, legal, clinical and ethical decisions.
- Participants will identify and describe 5 factors that influence ethical decision-making.
- Participants will develop a plan for self-care that will increase the resources available to them and enhance decision-making strategies.
CE Hours: 3 (Ethics)
About the Presenter:
Dr. Mary Gresham is a psychologist who has been in practice in Atlanta for 25 years. She has both a traditional clinical practice and a consulting practice in financial psychology. She earned her degrees in psychology from Tulane, Emory and Georgia State Universities. Dr. Gresham has been interested in the psychology of money for many years and has given numerous workshops and presentations across the country on related topics both to mental health professionals and financial professionals. She has taught other ethics workshops including topics related to ethics and fees, and ethics and marketing. Other recent workshops have included the psychology of retirement.
Registration Costs (per workshop):
Early Bird Registration (Must be postmarked on or before November 25, 2016 to receive this rate.)
- $70: GPA Members
- $105: Non-members
- $20: GPA Student Members
Registration (After November 25, 2016)
- $80: GPA Members
- $115: Non-members
- $30: GPA Student Members
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All cancellations must be submitted in writing to Amy Dietrich via email (firstname.lastname@example.org). A $35 cancellation fee will be charged for any cancellations prior to December 2, 2016. No refunds will be given after December 2, 2016.
The Georgia Psychological Association is proud to sponsor and support a wide variety of workshops throughout the year as an APA approved sponsor of Continuing Education.
Easley Conference Pavilion
Edwin Thompson Student Center Bldg.
#800, RED PARKING LOT. @ Atlanta Metropolitan State College
1630 Metropolitan Parkway
Atlanta, GA 30310
The Conference Center is located in the Edwin Thompson Student Center, Building 800. It is the first building on your right once you enter the campus at the dual Atlanta Technical College and Atlanta Metropolitan State College entrance, and begin driving on the one-way street. It can be identified by a large white overhang in the center of the building, which is the entrance to the foyer, and leads to the Easley Conference Pavilion. <strong>Please park in the RED Parking Lot when possible. NOTE: Atlanta Metropolitan State College buildings will all be on the right side of the one-way with signage noted in "Red". PLEASE DO NOT TURN ON CASPLAN. COME THROUGH THE MAIN ENTRANCE.
Take I-75 north to exit 241 (Cleveland Ave), then turn left onto Cleveland Ave SW. Take the second right onto Metropolitan Pkwy. Atlanta Metropolitan State College is located on the right at 1630 Metropolitan Pkwy.
Take I-85 north to exit 76 (Cleveland Ave). Turn right onto Cleveland Ave SW. Take the 1st left onto Metropolitan Pkwy. Atlanta Metropolitan State College is located on the right at 1630 Metropolitan Parkway.
I-75/I-85 Southbound (Traveling through the Downtown Atlanta Area)
Take I-75/I-85 to exit 244 (University Ave). Make slight right onto University Ave. Turn left onto Metropolitan Pkwy. Atlanta Metropolitan State College is located on the left at 1630 Metropolitan Parkway.
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