In response to a number of requests we received from policyholders, we have created our Virtual Webinar Series to tackle the most pressing issues psychologists are facing today. From Q&As with The Trust's esteemed Risk Management Consultants, to presentations given by some of the best and brightest minds in the industry. We'll also make on-demand recordings available for those that can't join us live.
As with all our Continuing Education Programs, Trust policyholders will earn CE for participating and passing a brief exam. They can also combine 6 or more credit hours earned from each live or on-demand event in our Virtual Webinar Series and save 15% on their Trust Sponsored Professional Liability insurance policy for two consecutive renewal periods. Please submit your CE certificates when you renew your policy.
Risk Management Roundtables
Our Risk Management Roundtables consist of several Trust Risk Management Consultants discussing and advising about ethical and risk management issues. Participants are encouraged to raise their own questions and concerns for discussion. Exploration of various risk management and ethical dilemmas will occur, with a focus on helping participants tease out the clinical, legal, ethical, and risk management factors as we all work to meet the best interests of our clients in this difficult time.
Roundtable Schedule & On-demand Access
Telehealth Community Chats
Our Telehealth Community Chats will focus on the practical “how to” questions related to telehealth, and will span themes such as clinical practice, ethical considerations, technical considerations, and risk management. These Chats are designed to complement the Risk Management Roundtables. Participants are encouraged to submit questions to TeleHealthCommunity@trustinsurance.com. We'll try to address as many as we possibly can.
Chat Schedule & On-demand Access
We Hold These Truths:
Perspectives on Health Disparities, Racial Identities & Cultural Humility
This series examines how societal issues, including racial injustice, movements for racial equity, health disparities, and adverse experiences due to systemic racism, have historically impacted communities of color. Our panel of experts will offer perspectives on how the field of psychology has traditionally addressed these issues and discuss how the rise of the social justice movement has impacted psychology’s current response to these issues.
We Hold These Truths Schedule & On-Demand Access
Turning Toward Ourselves and Each Other: The Pivotal Nature of
This 2-part, 6-hour long series looks directly at the clinician experience and focuses on the pivotal role of clinician self-care in our effort to help clients – and ourselves – adapt and cope during these difficult times. Part 1 examines self-care in detail – what it is and how it is essential to mental health treatment of all kinds, while Part 2 focuses more specifically on how clinicians can restore and sustain their own well-being.
Clinician Self-Care On-Demand Access