Ethics Committee Membership Vacancy Upcoming

Posted: March 4, 2019 

Do you have a passion for Ethics and are looking for a way to get more involved in CPA?  Do you have experience teaching and/or consulting about ethics and psychology practice?  Do you have 5+ years of post-licensure experience? The CPA Ethics Committee has an exciting opportunity for you!

The CPA Ethics Committee is composed of nine CPA member volunteers, all of whom have been licensed and practicing psychology for at least five years.  The committee also includes a highly valued attorney consultant.  The primary purpose of the Ethics Committee is to promote psychologists’ ethical conduct by providing consultation and education regarding the APA Ethical Principles of Psychologists and Code of Conduct (2016) as well as providing external referrals for legal consultation as indicated. Consultation occurs primarily via responding to inquiries phoned in to the on-call committee member through the CPA ethics consultation service.  The committee also writes articles on ethics for CPA publications and facilitates educational programs.  Ethics Committee members serve four-year terms and members can self-nominate to continue for an additional term. The Committee meets monthly for about 90-min.  Committee members often confer with one another throughout the month around responding to consultation inquiries as well as moving forward education projects.  The total time commitment for members averages approximately five hours per month. The Ethics Committee is not affiliated with the Colorado State Board of Psychologist Examiners.

 

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