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The National Psychologist Quiz for January – February 2016

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The National Psychologist January/February 2016This CE test is based on the content of articles from The National Psychologist, January/February 2016 issue:

  • Cincinnati becomes second city to ban conversion therapy
  • Federal court upholds New York SAFE Act
  • Who let that doggie on the airplane? (Risk management)
  • Informed consent: records and fees (Ethics)
  • Rural psychologists and integrated primary care
  • Therapy termination: the transformation of therapist and patient
  • A better way to treat Vets with PTSD
  • Online backup is best option
  • Cloud-based file-sharing can be HIPAA secure

 

More National Psychologist Quizzes

 

This CE test is based on the content of articles from The National Psychologist, November/December 2015 issue: ACLU sues psychologists who designed torture tactics, APA adopts guidelines for transgender therapy,
ACA eroding employee insurance, increasing demands on providers, Ethical considerations for media presentations, ‘Ghosting’ may create ethics issue,
Reducing risk in treating divorcing families, Illinois is 4th state to ban gay conversion therapy

 

This CE test is based on the content of articles from The National Psychologist, March-April 2015 issue: Medicare penalties catch uninformed psychologists off guard, Ohio teen’s suicide stirs conversion therapy discussion, The ethics of leadership in psychology, Sorting through professional liability insurance for needed coverage, PQRS: a quality vaccination for behavioral healthcare, ‘Sexual sobriety’ leaves victims untreated, Closing a practice: practical, ethical and clinical dimensions

 

This CE test is based on the content of articles from The National Psychologist, May-June 2015 issue: Movement for interstate psychology practice advances, Leaders discuss the nature of microagressions, Is it ethics or law?, 21st century changes ethics for private practice, Group psychotherapy: considerations and guidelines, Using hypnosis with children

Professional Development Resources is approved by the American Psychological Association (APA) to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. Professional Development Resources maintains responsibility for this program and its content. Professional Development Resources is also approved by the Florida Board of Psychology and the Office of School Psychology and is CE Broker compliant (#50-1635).

 
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Posted by on January 6, 2016 in Continuing Education, Psychology

 

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