"Living a fully ethical life involves doing the most good we can. - Peter Singer
"Common sense is not so common." - Voltaire

Ethics & Psych Podcasts

"People demand freedom of speech as a compensation for the freedom of thought that they seldom use." - Kierkegaard

A Conversation in Ethics: Positive Ethics with Sam Knapp

Ethics and Psychology is a podcast focusing on improving the quality of psychological care through education.  The podcast will cover a wide range of issues, blending ethics, morality, philosophy, and research to improve the knowledge base of listeners.  Each episode, there will be an informal discussion on a topic related primarily to the practice of psychology.  This podcast will likely be of interest to psychologists and those working in the mental health field.  Links to resources and additional material will accompany each episode.

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Episode 1: What psychologists need to know about divorce: Litigation, Mediation and Collaboration
Guest: James Demmel, Esquire

Episode 2: Psychologists and Prescriptive Authority: Where are We Now?
Guest: Robert McGrath, PhD, Psychologist

Episode 3: Neurofeedback and Consciousness
Guest: Thomas Fink, PhD, Psychologist

Episode 4: Ethical Decision-Making - Part 1
Lecture: John Gavazzi, PsyD, Psychologist

Episode 5: Ethical Decision-Making - Part 2
Lecture: John Gavazzi, PsyD, Psychologist

Episode 6: Ethical Decision-Making - Vignette Analysis (Number 1)
Guest: Richard Small, PhD, Psychologist

Episode 7: Moral Self, Moral Injury and Moral Emotions
Guest: Nina Strohminger, PhD

Episode 8: The Dark Side of Ethics - False Risk Management Strategies
Guest: Samuel Knapp, Ed.D., Psychologist

Episode 9: Psychologist as Collaborative Coach
Guest: Loretta A. Gephart, M.A. Collaborative Divorce Coach & Co-Parenting Coach

Episode 10: Social Media for Psychologists
Guest: David Palmiter, PhD, Psychologist, Blogger

Episode 11: Why Marketing is Our Ethical Duty (and Why Public Education is an ideal way to do it)
Guest: Pauline Wallin, PhD, Psychologist, Media and Marketing Guru

Episode 12: Prescribing Illinois Style
Guest: Beth Rom-Rymer, PhD

Episode 13: Ethical Decision-making (Number 2)
Donald McAleer, PsyD and Intern Reneh

Episode 14: Ethics and Quality Enhancement Strategies
Guest: Sam Knapp, Ed.D., ABPP, Psychologist

Episode 15: Ethics and Telepsychology (Part 1)
Guest: Marlene Maheu, PhD

Episode 16: Ethics and Telepsychology (Part 2)
Guest Marlene Maheu, PhD

Episode 17: Existential Angst and Making Your Professional Will
Guests: Mary O'Leary Wiley, Ph.D., ABPP and Cathy Spayd, Ph.D.

Episode 18: Critical Incidents and Psychologist Safety
Guests: Don McAleer, PsyD, ABPP, Shannon Clark, PsyD, FBI Agent, and
Mr. Massad Ayoob, International Expert on Firearms and Personal Safety

Episodes 19 and 20: Mandated Reporting in PA - Act 31 Required Training (Parts 1 and 2)
Guest: Sam Knapp, EdD, ABPP

Episode 21: Ethics and Skills for Psychologist as Supervisor - Post-Doc Supervision (Part 1)
Guest: Jay Mills, PhD, ABPP

Episode 22: Ethics and Skills for Psychologist as Supervisor - Post-Doc Supervision (Part 2)
Guests: Jay Mills, PhD, ABPP and Sam Knapp, EdD, ABPP

Episode 23: Ethics and Skills for Psychologist as Supervisor - Post-Doc Supervision (Part 3)
Guests: Don McAleer, PsyD, ABPP and Sam Knapp, EdD, ABPP

Episode 24: The Nudge in Ethics, Psychotherapy, and Public Policy
Guest: Jennifer Blumenthal-Barby, PhD

Episode 25: The Assessment, Management, and Treatment of Suicidal Patients
Guest: Sam Knapp, EdD, ABPP