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Ethical Decison Making in clinical Psycxhology
April 8, 2016
 
Institute of Clinical Psychology-UMT Organizes a workshop on: Ethical Decision Making in Clinical Psychology Dr Sajjad Ahmad, Calgary Canada The hallmark of any profession is its reliance on ethical principles for making decisions rather than on the personal whims, biases, preferences and prejudice. When it comes to a discipline like Clinical Psychology, ethical approach is even more crucial to ensure fairness and objectivity in making decisions about human beings and their mental functioning. There are many situations in professional work of clinical psychologists where decisions are not based on black or white situations. However, we have to rely on other factors which ensure that one makes the “best”choice based on evidence and objectivity. Dr. Sajjad an experienced Clinical Psychologist based in Canada, is conducting an experiential workshop for Trainee Clinical Psychologists in ICP, UMT,to learn how to make the best possible decisions that benefit the client as well as the community. This workshop will provide an excellent opportunity for the Clinical Psychologist, trained as well as in training, to learn the art and skill of making best decisions in their daily professional life.
 
 
 
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