Core Ethical Issues in Work with Older People

  • 13 Nov 2023
  • 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
  • Zoom

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Doug Lane, PhD, ABPP
VA Puget Sound Healthcare System

Dr. Lane is retiring very soon from the VA Puget Sound Healthcare System and joining Olympic Psychology Services in Tacoma.  

He is board certified in Clinical Psychology and also in Geriatric Psychology by the American Board of Professional Psychology.  He has been working with adults and older adults since 1995, especially in medical settings. Most recently, he has served in the Geriatrics and Extended Care Service at the VA since 2008.  

Academically, Dr. Lane teaches for the psychiatric ARNP program at Pacific Lutheran University.  He also holds an appointment as a Clinical Professor in Psychiatry at the University of Washington School of Medicine where he provides clinical supervision for psychiatry fellows.   He is a clinical preceptor in the Clinical Pastoral Education Program at the VA, training clinical chaplains in spiritual care for older adults.  He has also been a supervisor for pre-doctoral interns and post-doctoral fellows in geropychology and neuropsychology at the VA.  

As an ancillary area of practice, Dr. Lane is a member of the medical staff for the "Seattle Seawolves", which is the Major League Rugby professional franchise team in Seattle.  His role involves helping players in learning mental toughness and resilience as well as in rehabilitating after injuries, drawing on his prior experience as a U.S. Army officer.  

This continuing education event meets the requirements for 2.0 hours of Continuing Education Ethics credit in Psychology as outlined in the Washington State Licensing Law for Psychologists.

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