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Dec 12, 2018

...be mindful of their own competence to assess for these diagnoses if they do not have the appropriate training and experience. Medical causes for symptoms may also be an area of consideration for appropriate diagnosis. For instance, medical evaluations (including... Search hits: 4 in body, 1 in tags, 0 in comments. Score: 1228.54

...professional competence and science-informed practice of the supervisee, monitoring the quality of services provided, and protecting the public. If we were to conduct a cluster analysis of countries based on their degree of similarity in supervisory practices, those clusters likely... Search hits: 3 in body, 2 in tags, 0 in comments. Score: 1121.71

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...In keeping with the theme of difficult dialogues, we focus here on four of those factors: cultural competence as it relates to client and psychotherapist political identity, how political differences and similarities may affect the therapy relationship, managing countertransference related... Search hits: 3 in body, 2 in tags, 0 in comments. Score: 1121.71

...their careers, often during the early career phase. Although the field of psychology includes many mothers (and potential mothers), discrimination continues to impact female-identified trainees and therapists, despite efforts to enhance cultural competence in this area (Bertsch et al., 2014).... Search hits: 4 in body, 0 in tags, 0 in comments. Score: 1068.3

...had of my incompetence were masked by the efficacy I knew was proven in this type of therapy. Kate quickly responded to and enjoyed this treatment, which paralleled my own affinity for ERP. Eileen Through ERP, Eileen quickly embraced the... Search hits: 4 in body, 0 in tags, 0 in comments. Score: 1068.3

...with the issue of the expertise of the profession. Defining Individual Expertise in Psychotherapy A therapist’s expertise has been variously defined or understood in terms of (a) reputation, degree attainment, professional distinction, and experience, (b) skill, competence, or adherence to... Search hits: 4 in body, 0 in tags, 0 in comments. Score: 1068.3

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Oct 15, 2008

...to use dysfunctional strategies because these have served an adaptive function by helping individuals meet their basic psychological needs such as connection, competence, and autonomy in the past. For example, people’s motivation to be perfect may stem from their attachment... Search hits: 4 in body, 0 in tags, 0 in comments. Score: 1068.3

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Sep 25, 2014

...as well as knowledge of psychodiagnosis, physical assessment, pathophysiology, therapeutics, emergency treatments, substance abuse treatments, developmental psychopharmacology, and psychopharmacology research. Training for collaborative practice competence includes coursework, practica, and internship experiences. From our policy frame of reference, this would provide... Search hits: 4 in body, 0 in tags, 0 in comments. Score: 1068.3

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...how we think about clients, impacting our understanding of their treatment needs, how we assess and provide treatment to them, and even how we interact with them (Fouad & Arrendondo, 2007). This is reflected in Standard 2.01(b), Boundaries of Competence,... Search hits: 3 in body, 1 in tags, 0 in comments. Score: 961.47

...Given their work within these systems, forensic psychologists must maintain cultural competence when interacting and serving diverse populations, including non-English-speaking individuals. In both forensic assessment and treatment, the use of interpreters is growing. However, training on the ethical use of... Search hits: 3 in body, 1 in tags, 0 in comments. Score: 961.47