MSPA invites you to the 2013 MSPA Fall Workshop entitled
“Advanced Workshop on Ethical Decision Making for School Psychologists”
When: Friday, November 22nd from 8:30 am to 12:30 pm
Where: Minneapolis Marriott West
9960 Wayzata Boulevard, Minneapolis, MN 55426
* this is the same hotel that will be hosting the 2014 MSPA Midwinter Conference in January
Presenting: Winthrop University Professor and NASP Professional Practices and Ethics Committee Chair Dr. Leigh Armistead
NASP-approved CEUs will be provided. This session fulfills the ethical practice and legal regulation of school psychology for NCSP renewal.
Coffee, water and a small snack will be provided.
To register online click here: Register online
For paper and check registration click here: Paper Registration
|Full MSPA Member||$45|
|MSPA Member: Student/Retiree||$25|
Below is a brief description of the workshop and a bio of the presenter. We hope to see you there! Please contact MSPA Past President and NASP Delegate Dan Hyson at email@example.com or 507-474-7196 with any questions.
Description of Presentation:
Participants in this four-hour advanced workshop will review the 2010 NASP Principles for Professional Ethics with an emphasis on contemporary issues of confidentiality and privileged communication. After a brief review of an ethical decision-making model, participants will practice the model in small-group interactive sessions. Using authentic situations faced by school psychologists, the workshop will provide clear examples of practices that comply with standards for professional conduct. Practice cases will address challenging ethical and legal situations often faced by those working in school psychology. Instructional strategies will include lecture and small- group discussion. Participants will also learn about necessary resources, and make specific plans, for implementing the problem-solving model in daily practice. This workshop is appropriate for practitioners working with students in all grade levels.
Dr. Leigh Armistead, EdD, NCSP
Professor, Winthrop University School Psychology Program
Leigh Armistead is a school psychologist who earned his Specialist in School Psychology degree at Winthrop University and his doctorate at Indiana University of Pennsylvania. He practiced in the Charlotte-Mecklenburg School District in North Carolina for 14 years before joining the faculty of Winthrop University’s School Psychology Program in 2004. Dr. Armistead’s professional interests include school psychologists’ career development, ethical and professional practices, positive behavior support programs and the use of technology in school psychology.
For several years, Dr. Armistead served as the Southeast Region representative on the NASP Ethical and Professional Practices Committee and chaired the NASP Professional Growth Committee. He is currently the Chair of the NASP Ethical and Professional Practices Committee. Dr. Armistead served as a member of the writing group for the 2010 revision of NASP’s professional standards. He is an author, along with coauthors Susan Jacob and Barbara Williams, of Professional Ethics for School Psychologists: A Problem-Solving Model Casebook.