The American Psychological Association and Riverside Insight are committed to supporting psychological service providers during the COVID-19 crises. Maintaining test security. The psychological experience of COVID-19 patients during hospitalization could be summarized into five themes. Understand test modifications and options for commonly used standardized tests of literacy-based skills during COVID-19. How in the world do we assess children during COVID-19? KBEP acknowledges standards of practice may be advocated by other organizations. A new guidance on tele-assessment from APA’s Div. Here is a three-step approach to explicitly link psychological safety and empathy to quality initiatives during and after the COVID-19 pandemic: Actively seek feedback on what went well and what to change for the future from staff in all areas and at all levels via electronic and paper surveys. 12 (Society of Clinical Psychology) provides some advice on practicing in this time. 4. KBEP expects teleassessment to conform to the standards of psychological practice. COVID-19: Resource Center NASP is committed to providing our members and the public with information, guidelines, and resources to help support the learning and well-being of students, their families and others in the school community during the COVID-19 crisis. CISM Practical Support, Research and Psychological Risk Assessment During COVID-19 By: Dr. John Durkin, Ph.D. On November 26, 2020 the European Critical Incident Stress Management (CISM) network held its annual conference CISM practical support and research in psychological risk assessment during Covid-19 online. In this workshop, we discuss practical approaches to performing psychological, psychoeducational, and neuropsychological assessment in online environments, face-to-face settings with infection mitigation, and hybrid scenarios. ESSAY Conducting Psychoeducational Assessments During the COVID-19 Crisis: the Danger of Good Intentions Ryan L. Farmer1 & Ryan J. McGill2 & Stefan C. Dombrowski3 & Nicholas F. Benson4 & Stephanie Smith-Kellen1 & Adam B. Lockwood5 & Steven Powell1 & Christina Pynn1 & Terry A. Stinnett1 # California Association of School Psychologists 2020 While some psychologists may pause their psychological assessment services during the COVID-19 crisis, others have time-sensitive, high-needs or high-stakes testing that needs to continue. Understand the experiences of clinical practitioners in assessing students in the context of COVID-19. Importantly, the pandemic may offer a unique opportunity to redress them. There were 177 delegates from 21 European and four non … Information on Practicing Psychology during COVID-19: The American Psychological Association (APA)'s COVID-19 and Psychology Services provides guidance on protecting yourself and your patients. For example, the guidance from the American Psychological Association on testing during the COVID-19 pandemic includes: A. The American Psychological Association (APA)'s free online article, Comparing the Latest Telehealth Solutions. This 90-minute webinar is dedicated to the personal wellbeing and professional development of service providers during this critical time. The researchers are gathering additional data at six and 12 months after the baseline assessment to track symptoms of COVID-19-related distress over the full 12-month study period. COVID-19 has highlighted potential shortcomings in our approach to psychological health that had perhaps become the accepted status quo within cardiology.