ASPPB rolls out EPPP-2 – names ‘early adopters’

February 5, 2020

Beginning in January, those seeking to take the examination for licensure as psychologists in Arizona, Nevada, Guam and the Canadian... Read more...

Hoffman Report’s flaws should be acknowledged

February 5, 2020

For the past decade, members of Division 48 (Peace) and Division 39 (Psychoanalysis) of the APA have filed and/or supported licensure... Read more...

Early Career Psychologists: Integrated care requires integrating with treatment team

February 5, 2020

As scientific literature has increased awareness of the relationship between the biological and psychological aspects of the human... Read more...

Psychogastroenterology replete with opportunities

February 5, 2020

For the past 20 years, the role of the clinical psychologist in the management of chronic digestive disease has evolved into the newly... Read more...

Psychologists can play big role in stemming opioid crisis

February 4, 2020

Every day in the United States, an average of 150 people will die of opioid overdoses. That’s the sobering truth about a crisis that... Read more...

Self-care is essential to risk management

July 20, 2019

When we consider risk management in psychological practice, we readily think of: informed consent, documentation, consultation, personal... Read more...

Ethics for psychologists: Supervising in the age of #MeToo, trigger warning and safe spaces

July 24, 2018

The popular press in the United States has recently been replete with allegations of misconduct by people, primarily men, in positions... Read more...

Risk Management: When being too helpful can backfire

May 31, 2018

When prospective clients call on the phone to ask about your services, some will also tell you a little about their problem. At this... Read more...

Unique Peer Consultation Issues in Rural Alaska

March 11, 2018

Far beyond the northern boundaries of the contiguous United States is Alaska. Seen from a global map, it is stunning in its isolation.... Read more...

Psychology Lags Behind Psychiatry in Health Integration Readiness

March 5, 2018

Because of abundant evidence that integrating behavioral health into primary care reduces costs and improves population health, the... Read more...

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