Drug to Combat Opioid Addiction Little Used

September 26, 2017

Washington, D.C. – A researcher with the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine told psychologists at the 125th Annual Convention... Read more...

Understanding Privatized Medicare Plans

September 26, 2017

Privatized Medicare plans can be confusing both to plan subscribers and health care providers. The word “Medicare” on forms or... Read more...

Compulsive Washing, Contamination Fears: It’s Not Just About Anxiety

September 26, 2017

Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) has been portrayed in the popular media as primarily a problem of checking or washing. The lay... Read more...

Protect Yourself from Ransomware

September 25, 2017

What is ransomware? Bad guys access your computer when, in an email, you click a hotlink that appears trustworthy because it came from... Read more...

Health Care Reform Update: Price Transparency Movement Growing

September 25, 2017

As Washington, D.C., struggles to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act (ACA), a little-known movement has the potential to upend... Read more...

Ethics for Psychologists: The Importance of Informed Consent for Psychological Services

September 25, 2017

Q: I am conducting a psychological evaluation that has been ordered by the court. Since the client has no choice but to participate,... Read more...

Social Media and Mental Health

September 24, 2017

What would you be doing right now if social media did not exist? There are still some that have not succumbed to the dynamic world... Read more...

Practical Benefits Debatable for Geropsychology Specialty

September 24, 2017

At its August 2017 meeting the Council of Representatives of the American Psychological Association (APA) approved a seven-year renewal... Read more...

Is Consent for Psychological Treatment Informed?

September 24, 2017

Informed consent for psychological services is a clinically meaningful and client empowering dialogue. Additionally, many licensing... Read more...


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