The Future of Teleassessment Across Psychological Fields: Moving Forward
Teleassessment and research into its use predated the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic but once it became an essential rather than optional practice during the pandemic a flurry of recommendations and guidelines followed. As the possibility of in-person psychological assessment returns, it is important to adopt a more measured and forward-looking posture that considers the future of teleassessment practice.
The goal of this panel discussion will be to provide practitioners an opportunity to learn from four psychologists representing different fields of psychology. These individuals have conducted and reviewed research pertaining to teleassessment, and will describe how it is likely to shape assessment practices moving forward. Continuing education (CE, 2) or continuing professional development (CPD, 2) credits available. See CE Sponsor approvals.
At the end of this presentation, participants will be able to:
- Describe at least three recommendations for the future use of teleassessment administration.
- Apply recommendations and cautions for utilizing teleassessment in your professional practice.
- Identify research that is still needed to support teleassessment as an evidence-based practice in your professional practice.
Professional educators, clinicians/counselors, measurement professionals, researchers, and graduate students
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Questions: Dr. Jessica Jonson
A. Jordan Wright, Ph.D., ABAP, ABPP
New York University
Ryan Farmer, Ph.D., BCBA
The University of Memphis
Alison Pritchard, Ph.D., ABPP
Kennedy Krieger Institute and Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
Timothy Brearly, Psy.D.
Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center and Penn State College of Medicine