Posts Tagged ‘Practice’

Practitioner Profile – Marcy Rowland

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I am thrilled to have the opportunity to introduce myself as one of the many practitioners who belong to SCP. I grew up in the suburbs of Minneapolis, a childhood significantly influenced by a parent… » Read more

Responding to a Risk Adjustment Audit

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Responding to a Risk Adjustment Audit Samuel Knapp, Ed. D. ABPP Director of Professional Affairs Rachael Baturin, JD, MPH Director of Legal and Regulatory Affairs[1] Many psychologists have received letters from insurance companies (or intermediaries… » Read more

Men as Victims of Sexual Violence

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Prevalence Sexual violence continues to be a pervasive problem, but the victimization of men is rarely explored. We know much more about the victimization of girls and women, in part because of the disproportionate rates… » Read more

Why Become Board Certified in Counseling Psychology?

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Greetings to all SCP members! Counseling Psychology is one of fourteen specialty boards within the American Board of Professional Psychology (ABPP). Becoming Board Certified in Counseling Psychology is a statement of commitment to your specialty,… » Read more