The National Register has partnered with The Trust to provide risk management resources to educators and licensed psychologists—including specific resources for doctoral students and early career psychologists. Our partnership also provides psychologists with an ongoing series of risk management webinars featuring members of the Trust Risk Management Team. Access our collection of resources and archived webinars below.
Students and Early Career Psychologists
Risk Management Training Curriculum: The Trust’s Risk Management Training Curriculum is a 2-part series that consists of 12 modules and contains an added series on diversity, equity, inclusion, and clinician self-care. It is designed specifically for students and early career psychologists to enhance and build on what you’re learning in the classroom. Click the link above to complete your enrollment form and get started.
These archived webinars are available for viewing through the links below (Note: You cannot earn continuing education for viewing these videos. Archived webinars for continuing education are available on CE.NationalRegister.org). The National Register also has ongoing clinical webinars that cover clinical and ethical topics.
Dr. Younggren reviews the laws that apply to the certification of Emotional Support Animals (ESAs). He examines the role conflicts that exist when therapists provide these types of certifications and will review the concept of disability as it applies to these types of assessments. Dr. Younggren also provides a recommended model for how these evaluations should be conducted.
A Fellow of the American Psychological Association (APA) and a Distinguished Member of the National Academies of Practice (NAP), Dr. Younggren is a clinical and forensic psychologist who practices in Rolling Hills Estates, California. He was a clinical professor at the University of California, Los Angeles, School of Medicine and currently is Professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at the University of New Mexico. Dr. Younggren served as President of APA Division 42 (Psychologists in Independent Practice). He has served on numerous boards and committees, including the Ethics Committees of the California Psychological Association (CPA) and the APA, the APA Committee on Accreditation, and the APA/APLS Committee that drafted the Specialty Guidelines for Forensic Psychology. Dr. Younggren consults to various licensing boards on ethics and standards of care, and qualifies as an expert in criminal, civil and administrative proceedings. For many years before deciding to travel less, he was a favored ethics presenter for The Trust | Professional Liability Insurance for Psychologists.
Risk Management Webinars
Risk Management Webinars
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