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Articles from the 2022 Spring Issue of The National Psychologist

No Surprises Act

No Surprises Act clarifies patient rights

By Julie P. Jacobs, Psy.D., J.D.

Pharmacists and depression

Pharmacists can be valuable asset to treating depression

By Megan J. Ehret, PharmD, MS, BCPP

Laws, Risk Management, Ethics Important for Psychologists

By Samuel Knapp, Ed.D., 

Michael Gottlieb, Ph.D., and

Mitchell Handelsman, Ph.D.

ethical psychology

     It is important for psychologists to know and follow the laws that govern their profession. The best psychologists appreciate the importance of ethically informed risk management strategies and the role that virtues and ethical principles play in their practices. In addition to adhering to the laws that govern their profession, best practices for psychologists include using good risk management strategies and relying on a sound ethical framework to guide decision-making.

Psychologists key to pandemic
early career psychologists

Early career psychologists'

Digital presence key to growing young practice

By Kevin Hyde, Psy.D.

Venture Capitalists at odds

By Michael G. Conner, Psy.D. and Michaele P. Dunlap, Psy.D.

Venture capitalists at odds

     Over the past 20+ years, most health plans failed to provide cost-of-living or cost-of-practice increases in psychotherapists’ compensation. A modest 1.5% increase per year would have yielded a 35% increase in psychotherapists’ incomes.


The Business Side of Practice

Gretchen Kubacky, Psy.D.

Money, Money, Money

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mindset success

Proper mindset creates success

Bruce Wilson, Ph.D.

The Set Mind

    When we suggest the idea of a set mind, what does that mean? It means someone who prefers to accept the status quo. There is a complacency with one’s beliefs, attitudes, thoughts and actions.  What are the potential pitfalls of a set mind?  How can complacency lead to a self-limiting lifestyle?

Telehealth Training for mental health

Telehealth training for mental health providers essential

By Jonathan G. Perle, Ph.D., ABPP

Telehealth has changed the landscape of mental health care, providing a reliable means of supplementing traditional face-to-face approaches.

    Broadly defined, “telehealth” is an umbrella term encompassing numerous modalities (including videoconferencing, telephone, messaging programs and email) and functions (including clinical care and training), involving the integration of technology with healthcare services.

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