Hoffman Report Says Ethics Standards Intentionally Loosened

October 13, 2015

The much anticipated Hoffman Report released July 10 found that for more than 10 years the American Psychological Association (APA)... Read more...

APA Resets ‘Moral Compass’ at Toronto Meeting

October 13, 2015

Toronto – The American Psycho-logical Association is counting on its “reset moral compass”  adopted at its annual convention... Read more...

Holding Sex Offenders After Prison Ruled Unconstitutional

October 13, 2015

A Minnesota federal district court judge has ruled the state’s practice of holding some sex offenders after they complete their prison... Read more...

Danger: Electronic Records Ahead

October 13, 2015

Some 30 years ago, I was building a psychiatric hospital in central Pennsylvania and we discussed the possibility of starting-up the... Read more...

Ethics for Psychologists: Correcting vs. Altering Records

October 13, 2015

The Zur Institute noted in a recent online clinical update column that there is a great difference between correcting and altering... Read more...

Circadian Factors in Mental Health

October 13, 2015

Inherent to all living organisms is the principle of timing of biological functions. In humans, the interweaving of cognition, affect... Read more...

States’ Laws Determine Liability in Duty to Warn

October 13, 2015

In the July/August issue, The National Psychologist reported on the case of State of Minnesota v. Expose regarding a psychotherapist’s... Read more...

Face-to-face AA Trumps Online Groups – For Now

October 13, 2015

Toronto – Despite growing numbers of web-based sobriety support sites, face-to-face meetings are more effective and popular for those... Read more...


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