Ashcroft born 200 years late, would have made great prosecutor for Salem Witch Trials Chicago–The spring in Studs Terkel’s 90-year-old legs nearly matched the twinkle in his eyes as he regaled delegates to the American Psychological Association’s 110th annual convention here. Speaking at the opening session and later at a question and answer session, the […]Continue Reading ...
Norman H. Anderson, 6-2, a sprightly, lean, athletic 46-year-old psychologist with a science and administrative background, has become the first African-American to be elected APA’s chief executive officer in its 110-year history. He replaces Raymond B. Fowler, Ph.D. about Jan. 1. Fowler has been the longest serving APA CEO. Robert Sternberg, Ph.D., who co-chaired the […]Continue Reading ...
When Steven R. Cohen, Ph.D., a practicing psychologist in Philadelphia, received a call in 1999 from Pennsylvania Blue Shield, he was told to prepare to be audited for “overuse.” The audit would focus on CPT Code 90844, which has since been changed to 9086 denoting 45-50 minute individual therapy sessions. Endless letters and phone calls […]Continue Reading ...
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