Most people enjoy dogs and find great pleasure in having them around. All of that is fine, but there is a growing trend among those who want to be with their dogs that should be of particular concern for psychologists. Psychologists are frequently being asked by their patients to attest to their need for an […]Continue Reading ...
New York’s three-year-old gun-control SAFE Act, which requires psychologists and other mental health workers to report clients they feel are a danger to themselves or others, has been ruled constitutional by the 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Manhattan. The court found the SAFE Act as well as a similar law enacted in Connecticut […]Continue Reading ...
Cincinnati in mid-December became the second city in the United States to ban the practice of conversion therapy for gay youth. The city council voted 7-2 to pass the law, which prohibits therapy designed to change sexual orientation or gender identity for minors and imposes a $200-a-day fine on violators following opposition from almost two […]Continue Reading ...
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