Telemedicine Conference Well-Attended

July 26, 2016

Minneapolis – More than 5,000 health care providers, researchers, consultants, investors, information technology (IT) developers... Read more...

Ethics for Psychologists: Giving Professional Commentary on Public Figures

July 26, 2016

Suppose a news reporter asks you to comment on a recent drunken shoplifting spree involving a high-profile celebrity. Let’s call... Read more...

Managing Risk with Alcohol-Abusing Clients

July 26, 2016

Susan Smith is a long-term client. You have been treating her for symptoms related to Borderline Personality Disorder and alcoholism.... Read more...

Reimbursement Diagnoses May Be Co-Morbid: Ethical Concerns with Different Diagnoses

May 5, 2016

I work in a sleep medicine clinic. Since the implementation of ICD-10-CM, I have had more cases where the diagnosis (for example: insomnia)... Read more...

Psychology Lags in Helping Impaired Colleagues

May 4, 2016

Washington – Psychology lags far behind other health professions in helping impaired colleagues, an Oklahoma psychologist told a... Read more...

Crossing the Mental Health Court Chasm to Community Mental Health

May 4, 2016

“Welcome to mental health court,” I say in a voice and tone intended to communicate authentic caring as I begin to describe the... Read more...

Adverse effects from a psychology licensing complaint

March 9, 2016

Professionalism is founded on the concept of benefiting society and the specific persons who receive services under the aegis of a... Read more...

Ethical ways for psychologists to counteract negative reviews online

March 9, 2016

If you Google your name, the first page of search results may show ratings from Healthgrades, Yelp and similar sites. Sometimes these... Read more...

Psychologists as Crisis Negotiators?

February 6, 2016

Should psychologists serve as critical incident negotiators for law enforcement agencies? The short answer to this question is no.... Read more...

Informed Consent: Records and Fees

January 20, 2016

Providing informed consent to a client can be a complex process that can emerge as an issue at the outset of treatment, during treatment... Read more...

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