This session will provide thought provoking discussion of ethical issues that school psychologists face. Through examples and participant discussion the NASP ethical principles and their application will come to life. The session will introduce and utilize a new NASP resource designed to assist in ethical problem solving. Scenarios related to the impact of changes in school settings due to the COVID-19 pandemic will be discussed and analyzed. Be prepared to think, participate and have some fun!
Dr. Laurie McGarry Klose is the owner and CEO of RespectED, a consulting firm that provides services to schools and families. She has served as a faculty member at Trinity University and Texas State University, including serving as the Director of Assessment for the Clinic for Autism Research, Evaluation and Support and University Assessment and Counseling Clinic, and as a school psychologist for 12 years in California, Massachusetts and Texas. Leadership positions include President of Texas ASP, Delegate, SE Delegate Representative, numerous state and national committees and the Chair of the NASP Ethics and Professional Practices Board. Laurie will begin her term as President Elect of NASP on July 1, 2020.
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