What Does the Law Expect of Me? Part III
David Jensen, J.D.
This presentation will focus on psychotherapist-patient privilege—it’s limits and applications.
1. To educate therapists about the contours of the psychotherapist-patient privilege.
2. To improve the level of discourse among therapists regarding the psychotherapist-patient privilege.
3. To prepare therapists to respond to subpoenas.
4. To inform therapists about the distinctions between percipient, expert, and treating-expert witnesses.
5. To educate therapists about the most common exceptions to the psychotherapist-patient privilege.
Dave Jensen has been Staff Attorney with CAMFT since April of 2002. Dave graduated from Brigham Young University with a Bachelor's Degree in History, and received his law degree from the Thomas Jefferson School of Law in San Diego, California. As an attorney with CAMFT, Dave consults with CAMFT's members regarding their legal and ethical dilemmas, and is a regular contributor to The Therapist magazine. Dave gives numerous chapter, school, and agency law and ethics presentations and has developed “What Does the Law Expect of Me? Parts I - IV.”
This is a lecture-format course that will satisfy the BBS's ongoing requirement of six (6) CEUs in law and ethics. Cost: $55.00 IE-CAMFT Member / $75.00 Non IECAMFT Member / $100 Non CAMFT Member Attendees will be on their own for lunch. SAVE MONEY on this workshop by joining Inland Empire Chapter of CAMFT. Enjoy the benefits of networking with your peers and attend monthly chapter meetings with free CEU training's from local experts. Mail registration and application, with payment, to the address below or bring completed application with you to the workshop. Send form with payment to: Inland Empire CAMFT, Attn: Garry Raley, P.O. Box 51591, Riverside , CA 92517 951-640-5899