DCPA Ethics Committee
Social Justice Sub-committee
Chair, Doug Favero, Ph.D.
The DCPA Ethics Committee is available to answer ethical questions for DC psychologists.
The basic purpose of the DCPA Ethics Committee is to support and uphold ethical sensitivity and practice among members of the District of Columbia Psychological Association. We serve primarily as an educative and consultative body to our membership, the DCPA Board of Directors and, as appropriate, to the public. We are not an investigative or punitive body. To achieve our goal of providing education, consultation, and support, the committee provides seminars, consultation groups, and individual consultation. For more information contact Doug Favero at email@example.com.
The social action arm of the Ethics Committee held its first meeting on 11/15/13. The members and friends of the sub-committee help interested DCPA members forge a deeper involvement with social justice needs and advocates in our D.C. community. Sub-committee members see this kind of involvement as a commitment to ethics in the broadest sense. For further information contact Co-Chairs Sheena Wadhawan at firstname.lastname@example.org and Doug Favero at email@example.com.
Ethics Committee Members:
Douglas R. Favero, Ph.D. (Chair): firstname.lastname@example.org
Stephen J. Lally, Ph.D.: email@example.com
Marilyn Schwartz, Ph.D: firstname.lastname@example.org
Stephen Stein, Ph.D.:email@example.com
Suzan Stafford, Ed.D.: firstname.lastname@example.org
Jeanette Witter, Ph.D.: email@example.com
Jean Gearon, Ph.D.: firstname.lastname@example.org
Giselle Hass, Psy.D: email@example.com
Ron Simpson, M.A.: firstname.lastname@example.org
David Freeman, Psy.D: email@example.com