Anyone providing psychological services directly or indirectly to children must run the gauntlet of legal and ethical considerations as to what constitutes acceptable practice. This workshop will focus on sections of various Acts (including The Children’s Act, Child Justice Act and Sexual Offences Act) with a view to helping psychologists navigate their way through these often complicated guidelines and statutes whilst remaining continually mindful of the ethics of psychological practice.
Clive Willows trained as a social worker and worked for 10 years for the Pietermaritzburg Child Welfare Society. He later qualified and registered as a Clinical Psychologist and has worked in private practice in this capacity for over 20 years. He has a special interest in the interface between psychology and the law and lectures in the subject at UKZN. He is frequently involved in administering assessment procedures and providing testimony in legal matters. He has published in the fields of parenting, trauma, divorce and children's law.
The cost of the workshop is R480 per attendee and is accredited for 4 ethics CPD points.
For more details download brochure here: Workshop brochure