LIVE: Responding to Concerns About the Work of Other Professionals in Forensic Practice

June 16, 2023  |  9:00 AM - 12:30 PM Pacific

Presented By Randy Otto, PhD, ABPP
Randy Otto, PhD, ABPP

June 16, 2023
9:00 AM - 12:30 PM Pacific

3.5 Hours | 3.5 CEs

$225 Registration

Join Randy Otto, PhD as he presents a live professional training program on Responding to Concerns about the Work of other Professionals in Forensic Practice.

This program will cover how psychologists can address concerns they have about the work of other professionals in adversarial proceedings.
First reviewed are basic principles that should guide psychologists when commenting on the assessment work of other professionals. Next discussed are four different roles and associated activities and responsibilities that may shape how psychologists approach this matter. Finally, the ethical obligations psychologists have to address the problematic work of other professionals are discussed, as are various ways that these responsibilities may be discharged. Case vignettes and audience surveys are used to facilitate discussion of principles and specific applications.
This training program is for beginner, intermediate, and advanced-level clinicians who work at the intersection of clinical psychology and law.

Intended Audience

This live program is intended for mental health and other allied professionals.

Experience Level

This live program is appropriate for beginner, intermediate, and advanced level clinicians.

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Presented By

Randy Otto, PhD, ABPP

Randy Otto has been a faculty member in the Department of Mental Health Law & Policy at the University of South Florida in Tampa since 1989. As part of his responsibilities at USF, Dr. Otto trains mental health professionals, attorneys, and judges on various matters regarding the intersecti...

Learning Objectives

Upon completion of this program you will be able to:

Describe four forensic contexts in which they might offer opinions about other professionals’ work

Describe four general principles that can shape how they offer opinions about other professionals’ work in forensic settings

Describe how concerns about problematic multiple roles and multiple relationships can shape their actions when commenting on other professionals’ work

Describe what ethical obligations they have to address the problematic work of other professionals, and how they may go about discharging these obligations


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