Presented in collaboration with The Trust
Practical Guidance and Risk Management for Interjurisdictional Practice
Recent advancements in technology have provided new opportunities for the remote delivery of mental health services. These same developments have also contributed to the increasing mobility of service recipients. Dr. Marc Martinez will discuss strategies for managing risk as it relates to interjurisdictional mental health practice.
About the Presenter
Marc A. Martinez, PhD, ABPP, has been a Risk Manager for The Trust since 2020. He is a psychologist licensed in Indiana (Health Service Provider in Psychology), Ohio, and New York. He is also board certified in forensic psychology by the American Board of Professional Psychology (ABPP). Since 2012, he has maintained a private practice that specializes in forensic psychological evaluations of juveniles and adults. Dr. Martinez’s has served in several national leadership positions such as President and Treasurer of the American Board of Forensic Psychology (ABFP), Chair and Vice Chair of ABPP’s Ethics Committee; and Chair of APA's Committee on professional Practice and Standards.
Continuing Education Information
1 CE Credit, Instructional Level: Intermediate
1 Contact Hour (New York Board of Psychology)
1. Identify three broad considerations for conducting a risk analysis of practicing interjurisdictionally.
2. Explain at least two methods for complying with state regulations when practicing across jurisdictions.
3. Describe at least two strategies for obtaining state licensing information regarding temporary practice.
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