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Tele-Assessment of Children: Moving Towards a New Future for Psychology
The world has changed, and with it the practice of psychology. In this workshop, we discuss the practice of psychological, psychoeducational, and neuropsychological assessment of children and conducting standardized psychological assessment in tele-psychology environments.
Hear three esteemed experts discuss tele-assessment:
- Jordan Wright, PhD, ABAP, Director of the Center for Counseling and Community Wellbeing at New York University, and co-author of the APA guidelines on tele-assessment.
- Susan Raiford, PhD, Clinical Psychologist, Senior Research Director at Pearson and Wechsler Team Lead.
- Derek Truscott, PhD, Professor of Counselling Psychology in the Department of Educational Psychology and Adjunct Professor with the John Dossetor Health Ethics Centre at the University of Alberta.
This webinar panel format session will include short lectures from the speakers, followed by a Q&A session. Participants will have a chance to submit questions in advance as well as in the chat.
This event is co-sponsored by Build Great Teams and the Psychologists’ Association of Alberta.
Continuing Education (CE) Credits: Earn 3 potential CE credits from the Canadian Psychological Association for attending this sponsored event.
Participants in this webinar will come away with more developed answers to the questions below:
- What does the limited research says about tele-assessment?
- Is tele-assessment valid and reliable?
- Are there considerations for tele-assessment in a home environment?
- Are there substitutions available for subtests with manipulatives?
- What are their limitations?
- Do I have to mail things to the client?
- What are some of the ethical considerations?
- Are online assessments worth doing?
- What are the limitations of tele-assessment?
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