*Ethics Salon* How to Implement Progress Monitoring Approaches in Clinical Contexts

 Registration is closed for this event

When

28 Aug 2019
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM

Location

Cloverdale Recreation Centre
Room: Workshop 206
6188 - 176 Street
Surrey, BC V3S 4E7
Canada

"How to Implement Progress Monitoring Approaches in Clinical Contexts"

Ethics Salon facilitated by Dr. Daria Shewchuk, R.Psych.

Date: Wednesday, August 28, 2019
Time: 6:30PM-8:30PM
Location: Cloverdale Recreation Centre - Workshop 206 (6188 - 176th Street, Surrey, BC V3S 4E7)

Registration Deadline: August 24, 2019

After August 24, 2019 you can still register by calling BCPA at 604-730-0501.

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Method #3: Phone
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Cheques must be received by BCPA by August 24, 2019. Seating is very limited and we highly recommended registering online to ensure your seat.

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About the Ethics Salon:

DSM-5 (a) avoids defining addiction (referring only to
the generic “Substance Use Disorders”), (b) includes the
following degrees of such disorders — mild, moderate, and
severe, (c) expands the “addiction” umbrella for the first time
to include non-substance (behavioral) addictions, beginning
with gambling, (d) suggests the likelihood that other such
addictions will soon be added (e.g., Internet, videos, sex,
eating/obesity), (e) fields claims from important psychiatric
figures that this document is not sufficiently rooted in
neuroscience. Psychologists must be prepared for a new
— but shifting — concept of addiction, so as to be true
to psychological theory and evidence-based techniques,
responsive to the range of clinical addictive problems clients
may present, and make use of the soundest scientific
concepts. Stanton Peele’s workshop will address these
questions.

Add to your ethics hours, with a discussion on “How to implement progress motoring approaches in clinical contexts.”

A discussion on the practicality of doing so. We will also review one simple tool developed by Dr. Scott Miller. A hard copy of the readings will be available at the ethics salon.

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