Student Series: Ethics for School Psychology Students

1.5 hours running time

This webinar will be held at Tuesday, April 14th at 4:00PM. A recording will be made available to all who register after the webinar. This webinar is not eligible for CEUs.

Entering the field of school psychology can present various ethical and moral dilemmas for graduate students. This presentation will examine ethical considerations school psychologists face within the educational environment. The session will also examine the basic principles of ethical decision making models utilizing real life scenarios and discussion graduate students can use in order to negotiate various moral and ethical dilemmas.


Kristin Makena, PhD(c), LEP, NCSP, is a special education administrator and former senior school psychologist for the San Diego Unified School District. Over the last decade her work has focused on mental health issues, crisis and trauma response and social-emotional wellbeing. Makena is a PhD candidate at Saybrook University where she is studying Integrated Mental Health. She is the CASP Ethics Specialist, past NASP Delegate and a recipient of CASP’s Nadine Lambert Outstanding School Psychologist Award.
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