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For Psychologists: Links To APA Resources Online

APA ETHICS CODE: (2002, amended 2010) Ethical Principles of Psychologists and Code of Conduct [1]

APA Committee for the Advancement of Professional Practice (CAPP) (1998). Psychological practice and managed care: Results of the CAPP Practitioner survey. Professional Psychology: Research and Practice 29, 31-36 [2]

APA Committee for the Advancement of Professional Practice (CAPP) Task Force on Primary Care: Psychological practice in primary care settings [3] 

APA Committee on Animal Research and Ethics (CARE): Guidelines for ethical conduct in the care and use of nonhuman animals in research. [4]

APA Committee on Legal Issues (2006). Strategies for Private Practitioners Coping With Subpoenas or Compelled Testimony for Client Records or Test Data.  Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, 27, 215-222. doi: 10.1037/0735-7028.37.2.215 [5]

APA Committee on Lesbian and Gay Concerns (1991) Avoiding heterosexual bias in language. American Psychologist, 46, 973-974.  [6]

APA Committee on Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Concerns Joint Task Force (Division 44). (2000) Guidelines for psychotherapy with lesbian, gay, and bisexual clients. American Psychologist 55(12), 1440-1451 [7]

APA Committee on Professional Practice & Standards (COPPS) (2007): Record keeping guidelines. [8]

APA Committee on Professional Practice & Standards (COPPS) (1994): Guidelines for child custody evaluations in family law proceedings. American Psychologist 65, 863-867 [9]

APA Committee on Professional Practice & Standards (COPPS) (1998) Guidelines for psychological evaluations in child protection matters. [10]

APA (2013) Guidelines for the Practice of Telepsychology.  [11]

APA Office on Aging: Elder Abuse & Neglect [12]

APA Office on Aging: Psyuchotherapy & Older Adults Resource Guide [13] 

APA (2002). Guidelines on Multicultural Education, Training, Research, Practice, and Organizational Change. [14]

APA (2011) Guidelines for the evaluation of dementia and age-related cognitive change. [15]

APA Public Interest Directorate (2005): Depression & Suicide in Older Adults Resource Guide [16]

APA Public Interest Directorate: (2005): Older Adults & Insomnia Resource Guide [17]

APA Public Interest Directorate (2005): Psychotherapy & Older Adults Resource Guide  [13]

APA Public Interest Directorate (2005): Publications List [18] 

APA Science Directorate: Research with animals in psychology [19] 

 

“Ethics Rounds” articles in APA Monitor on Psychology

Steve Behnke, Director, American Psychological Association Ethics Office

Reading the Ethics Code more deeply [20]  [20]April 2009, The Monitor on Psychology

A multicultural conference and summit, and an inauguration [21]March 2009, The Monitor on Psychology

Ethical practice in a reproductive medicine setting [22]February 2009, The Monitor on Psychology

Ethics from a developmental perspective [23]January 2009, The Monitor on Psychology

Exploring ethics in rural settings: Through the lens of culture [24]December 2008, The Monitor on Psychology

The intersection of psychologists’ personal and professional lives [25]November 2008, The Monitor on Psychology

A vibrant and collaborative ethics program in Boston [26]  [26]October 2008, The Monitor on Psychology

Important lessons for APA on island ethics: Notes from Hawaii [27]September 2008, The Monitor on Psychology

Ethics in the age of the Internet [28]July/August 2008, The Monitor on Psychology

Ethics Rounds: The unique challenges of campus counseling [29]June 2008, The Monitor on Psychology

Ethics Rounds: Multiple relationships in campus counseling centers: A vignette [30]May 2008, The Monitor on Psychology

Ethics Rounds: Reflections on media ethics for psychologists [31]April 2008, The Monitor on Psychology

Ethics Rounds: Ethics from an international perspective: Notes from Hong Kong [32]March 2008, The Monitor on Psychology

Ethics Rounds: Multiple relationships: A vignette [33]February 2008, The Monitor on Psychology

Ethics Rounds: Reflections on training ethical psychologists [34]January 2008, The Monitor on Psychology

Ethics Rounds: Exploring ethical aspects of our work [35]November 2007, The Monitor on Psychology

Ethics Rounds: The work of the APA Ethics Office: frequent calls we receive [36]September 2007, The Monitor on Psychology

Ethics Rounds: Ethics and the Internet: Requesting clinical consultations over listservs [37]July/August 2007,

Ethics Rounds: Letter to a state psychological association: On the value of becoming a member [38]June 2007,

Ethics Rounds: Disclosures of information: Gossiping about patients [39]May 2007, The Monitor on Psychology

Ethics Rounds: Disclosures of information: Thoughts on a process [40] = April 2007, The Monitor on Psychology

Ethics Rounds: Notes from the 2007 Multicultural Conference and Summit [41] – March 2007, The Monitor on Psychology

Ethics Rounds: Adolescents and confidentiality: Letter from a reader [42]February 2007, The Monitor on Psychology

Ethics Rounds: Posting on the Internet: An opportunity for self (and other) reflection [43]January 2007, The Monitor on Psychology

Ethics Rounds: Beyond mere compliance: Three metaphors to teach the APA Ethics Code [44]December 2006, The Monitor on Psychology

Ethics Rounds: Ethics in New Orleans [45]November 2006, The Monitor on Psychology

Ethics Rounds: Notes from Istanbul [46]October 2006, The Monitor on Psychology

Ethics Rounds: APA’s Ethical Principles: An ethics code for all psychologists. . . ? [47]  September 2006,

Ethics and interrogations: Comparing and contrasting the American Psychological, American Medical and American Psychiatric Association positions [48]July/August 2006, The Monitor on Psychology

Ethics Rounds: The discipline of ethics and the prohibition against becoming sexually involved with patients [49]June 2006, The Monitor on

Ethics Rounds: Traveling to Utah and discovering (once again) the value of an ethics consultation [50]May 2006, The Monitor on Psychology

Ethics Rounds: Reflections on being an ethical clinician [51]  [51]April 2006, The Monitor on Psychology

Ethics Rounds: Responding to a colleague’s ethical transgressions [52]March 2006, The Monitor on Psychology

Ethics Rounds: The titles we use [53]February 2006, The Monitor on Psychology

Ethics Rounds: A letter to ‘Ethics Rounds’ [54]January 2006, The Monitor on Psychology

Ethics Rounds: Letter from a reader regarding a minor client and confidentiality [55]December 2005, The Monitor on Psychology

Ethics Rounds: Ethics at APA’s Annual Convention [56]November 2005, The Monitor on Psychology

Ethics Rounds: Reflecting on how we teach ethics [57]October 2005, The Monitor on Psychology

Ethics Rounds: On being an ethical psychologist: A more-than-academic example [58]September 2005, The Monitor on Psychology

Ethics Rounds: On being an ethical psychologist [59]July/August 2005, The Monitor on Psychology

Ethics Rounds: Thinking ethically as psychologists: Reflections on Ethical Standards 2.01, 3.07, 9.08, and 10.04 [60] – June 2005,

Ethics Rounds: The supervisor as gatekeeper: Reflections on Ethical Standards 7.02, 7.04, 7.05, 7.06 and 10.01 [61]  [61]May 2005,

Ethics Rounds: Disclosing confidential information in consultations and for didactic purposes:  Standards 4.06 and 4.07 [62] – April 2005,

Ethics Rounds: Cooperating with other professionals: Reflections on Ethical Standard 3.09 [63]  [63]March 2005, The Monitor on Psychology

Ethics Rounds: Record-keeping under the new Ethics Code [64]February 2005, The Monitor on Psychology

Ethics Rounds: Diagnoses, record reviews and the new Ethics Code [65]January 2005, The Monitor on Psychology

Ethics Rounds: Sexual involvements with former clients: A delicate balance of core values [66]December 2004, The Monitor on Psychology

Ethics Rounds: Release of test data and the new ethics code [67]November 2004, The Monitor on Psychology

Ethics Rounds: Disclosures of confidential information under the new APA Ethics Code: a process for deciding when, and how  [68] – September 2004, The Monitor on Psychology

Ethics Rounds: APA’s New Ethics Code, Its Values and Excellence in Psychological Services [69] – July/August 2004,

Ethics Rounds: Informed Consent and APA’s New Ethics Code: Enhancing Client Autonomy, Improving Client Care [70] – June 2004,

Ethics Rounds: Forensic Matters and the New APA Ethics Code [71] – May 2004, The Monitor on Psychology

Ethics Rounds: APA’s new Ethics Code from a practitioner’s perspective  [72] – April 2004, The Monitor on Psychology

Ethics Rounds: Test-scoring and interpretation services [73] – March 2004, The Monitor on Psychology

Ethics Rounds: Multiple Relationships and APA’s New Ethics Code: Values and Applications [74] – January 2004, The Monitor on Psychology

An ethics prize for graduate students [75]  [75]December 2003, The Monitor on Psychology

Ethics Rounds: Academic and Clinical Training under APA’s new Ethics Code [76] – September 2003, The Monitor on Psychology

Release of test data and APA’s new Ethics Code [77]  [77]July/August 2003, The Monitor on Psychology

Ethics Rounds: Reporting Past Child Abuse, Part II [78]July/August 2002, The Monitor on Psychology

Ethics Rounds: Must a Psychologist Report Past Child Abuse? [79]  – May 2002, The Monitor on Psychology

Ethics Rounds: Confidentiality in the treatment of adolescents [80]   [80]March 2002, The Monitor on Psychology

Ethics Matters [81] – A Prize for Graduate Students [81] – November 2001, The Monitor on Psychology

A Question of Values [82]October 2001, The Monitor on Psychology

Room for More Guidance [83]September 2001, The Monitor on Psychology

A Resource for All Members [84]July/August 2001, The Monitor on Psychology


RISK-MANAGEMENT DOCUMENTS ONLINE

APA Insurance Trust [Malpractice Insurer] – http://www.apait.org
(Click on “Resources” then “risk management”) to reach:

“Outpatient Services Agreement for Collaterals”
“Minimizing Vicarious Liability Exposure for Loosely Organized Groups . . .”
Harris, E. & Bennett, B. (1998)
“Sample Psychotherapist-Patient Contract.”
Younggren, J.N., Harris, E., & Bennett, B.E. (1998)
“Sample Forensic Informed Consent Contract.”