Posts Tagged ‘Practice’

Vice President for Practice – Fall 2015

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Sherry Benton, Vice President for Practice Society of Counseling Psychology   During the convention in Toronto in August, several valuable discussions regarding practice have lead to steps to engage practitioners in the next few weeks. … » Read more

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