The world has changed and with it, the practice of psychology. In this two-day, face-to-face workshop, participants will receive an in-depth theoretical, ethical, legal, and practical review of performing psycho-educational assessments in online environments. Participants will learn how to conceptualize and conduct psycho-educational assessments in online environments with child and adult clients.
This small group workshop (max of 12 participants) will provide hands on training on virtual psychoeducational assessment, with a specific focus on virtual standardized testing. This training will take place at the Hexagon Psychology clinic, 10 minutes north of the Calgary airport.
Participants must be comfortable using video-conferencing technologies (e.g., Zoom, MS Teams) and have familiarity with the technology they intend to use
By attending this advanced training you will:
- Gain an understanding of the nature, history, research, and current controversies and problems related to tele-assessment.
- Learn about the ethical, legal, cultural, and psychometric aspects of conducting psycho-educational assessments within online environments.
- Understand the nuance of performing tele-assessments within cross-jurisdictional contexts.
- Consider setting-up, choosing testing batteries, and considering the practical elements of administering psycho-educational assessments within online environments.
- Be shown the essential considerations when conceptualizing, interpreting testing results, and writing-up clinical findings obtained from performing tele-assessments, including limitations.
- Discuss the implications of performing psycho-educational assessments with complex clients within online environments.
This training is approved for 16 continuing education credits from the Canadian Psychological Association.
A light breakfast and lunch will be provided to all particpants on both days of the workshop.
If you have any questions, you can email firstname.lastname@example.org
Hexagon Psychology (fomerly Build Great Teams) is approved by the Canadian Psychological Association to offer continuing education for psychologists. Hexagon Psychology maintains responsibility for the program. The CPA’s approval of an individual, group, or organization as a CE Sponsor or Provider is restricted to the activities described in the approved application or annual report form. The CPA’s approval does not extend to any other CE activity the Sponsor or Provider might offer. In granting its approval, the CPA assumes no legal or financial obligations to Sponsors, Providers, or to those individuals who might participate in a Sponsor or Provider’s CE activities or programs. Further, responsibility for the content, provision, and delivery of any CE activity approved by the CPA remains that of the CE Sponsor or Provider. The CPA disclaims all legal liability associated with the content, provision, and delivery of the approved CE activity.