Dispute’s End Not In Sight Yet, But Masters, APA A Step Closer

“The vast majority of masters-trained people in psychology from Vermont who take the national licensing exam pass it. I passed that exam better than 80% of the rest of the nation. I am proud to say that it is my belief if I pass the standards that APA has established which we agree to be […]

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  • Psychotherapy As Effective As Drugs, Study Reports

    Psychotherapy developed by a Virginia psychologist to specifically treat chronic depression works as well as drugs alone, according to a study reported in May in the prestigious New England Journal of Medicine. Co-Author James P. McCullough, Ph.D., of Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, said a study of 681 chronically depressed individuals showed that patients using […]

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  • Fear Of Rising Claims By Employer, Insurance Companies Have Not Materialized, GAO Reports

    The dire financial predictions made by insurance companies and employers about complying with the 1996 Mental Health Parity Act have not materialized, says a new report by the General Accounting Office (GAO). In fact, 60 percent of employers responding to a survey to determine compliance with the new law, “did not know whether compliance with […]

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