Alumni Events



  

Ethical and Risk Management Strategies for Mental Health Professionals

July 18, 8:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. CT 
TCSPP Chicago Campus (325 N Wells St, Chicago, IL) Room
407 

This three-hour workshop, presented by attorney Scott Hammer, will explore approaches to ethical and legal issues that commonly arise in therapeutic practice. Topics covered in this program will include: the Illinois Mental Health Confidentiality Act, proper note taking and retention of records, psychotherapy and cyberspace, boundary violations, treatment of minors, and termination issues. Attendees will have ample time to ask questions, and we will hand out and discuss hypothetical scenarios.

CE Credits: 3; Registration: $99.00; Register here.


Leadership Branding Workshop: Enhancing Your Conversation Capacity
Presented by Beth Bratkovic

July 18, 12:30 p.m.  
TCSPP Chicago Campus (325 N Wells St, Chicago, IL) Room 407 

Join Beth Bratkovic and the IO Task Force for an interactive session to develop your leadership brand. Beth has 20+ years of experience coaching executives at top Fortune 500 companies. Lunch will be provided. RSVP to the IO Task Force.


34th Annual IOOB Conference, "Shift Ahead"

July 18, 4:00 p.m. - July 19 5:00 p.m. PT
TCSPP Los Angeles Campus (617 West 7th St, Los Angeles, CA)

Presented by the students of The Chicago School of Professional Psychology, the annual IOOB Conference is an opportunity to bring together students, professionals, and academics to analyze pertinent issues in the field of I/O Psychology and Organizational Behavior. Find more information and registration links at www.ioob2014.com.


TCSPP Alumni Reception at the American Psychological Association Annual Convention 

August 7; 5:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. ET
TCSPP D.C. Campus (901 15th St NW, Washington, D.C.--entrance on I "Eye" St.)

Enjoy an evening of wine and hors d'oeuvres as you reconnect and network with fellow alumni, faculty and staff of The Chicago School of Professional Psychology during the 2014 Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association. Distinguished guests will include Dr. Michele Nealon-Woods, National PresidentDr. Patricia Arredondo, Chicago Campus Presidentand Dr. Orlando Taylor, D.C. Campus Founding President. RSVP by July 31.

Those interested in attending the APA Convention, being held August 7-10 in and around the Walter E. Washington Convention Center, can find more information
here


Conflict in the Supervisory Relationship: Ethical Considerations 

Presented by Susan S. Zoline, Ph.D.

August 8, 8:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. CT
TCSPP Chicago Campus (325 N Wells St, Chicago, IL) Rooms 407/412


The purpose of this seminar will be to provide an ethical framework for addressing conflict within the supervisory relationship. Such situations may arise due to cultural, moral, theoretical or stylistic differences between supervisor and trainee, trainee competency problems or communication breakdowns.  Topics to be covered include the supervisor’s authority and judgment with regard to evaluation of competency, comportment and gate keeping concerns, the provision of constructive feedback, safeguarding the rights of both the trainee and supervisor, and the means by which productive dialogues can occur when problem situations arise. This intermediate level program will be geared towards mental health professionals with prior experience serving in the role of clinical supervisor.  Didactic presentation, case review and group discussion will be utilized.

CE Credits: 3; Registration: $99.00; Register here


The Dynamics and Transformation of the Shadow in The Piano
Presented by Mary Dougherty, Jung Institute of Chicago

September 12; 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. CT
TCSPP Chicago Campus (325 N Wells St, Chicago, IL) Rooms 407/412

This presentation kicks off a five-part Jungian film workshop series that 
will continue on selected Friday afternoons throughout the upcoming academic year (Sept - June). The programs are to provide a serious treatment of Jung and Jungian psychology through a focused exploration of movies, designed to meet the growing interest in Jungian Psychology among both graduate students and faculty members at The Chicago School as well as clinicians in the community. 3 CEs will be available for each workshop session. The programs are provided in collaboration by The Chicago School of Professional Psychology and the C.G. Jung Institute.

For more information, contact James Iaccino, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Department of Forensic Psychology.