|Author:||Steven C. Hayes PhD,Elaine Heiby PhD|
|Title:||Prescription Privileges for Psychologists: A Critical Appraisal|
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|Publisher:||Context Press; y First edition edition (August 1, 1998)|
Contextual Behavior Science. The Wiley Handbook of Contextual Behavioral Science (2016) by Anthony Biglan, Dermot Barnes-Holmes, Robert D. Zettle, and Steven C. Hayes. Visual Basic for Behavioral Psychologists (2003) by Mark R. Dixon and Otto H. Maclin. Foreword by Steven C.
Prescription Privileges for Psychologists. A Critical Appraisal. Even with the decisions by New Mexico and Louisiana to grant prescription privileges to psychologists and other states considering whether to follow suit, the debate over this issue is still very much alive and hotly contested. This book presents the first critical and comprehensive examination of the issue
The prescription privileges proposal may be one of the most widely debated and divisive issues organized psychology has ever faced. It is time for a moratorium on legislation enabling prescription privileges for psychologists. This article summarizes the six primary arguments for and against prescription privileges for psychologists (PPP or RxP) that were presented in this special issue. Four articles addressed points made in the testimony in favor of PPP by the American Psychological Association.
Steven C. Hayes, PhD, is foundation professor in the department of psychology at the University of Nevada, Reno. Prescription Privileges for Psychologists. Authors and affiliations. Prescription privileges for psychologists: a critical appraisal. Reno (NV): Context Press, 1998 Google Scholar.
In Hayes SC, Heiby E (Ed., Prescription privileges for psychologists: a critical appraisal 1998. Reno, NV: Context Press. 13. Hayes SC, Follette VM, Dawes RM, Grady KE. Scientific Standards of Psychological Practice. 15. Hayes S, Heiby E. Psychology's drug problem: do we need a fix or should we just say no? American Psychologist 1996;51(3):198-206. 16. Antonuccio DO, Danton WG, McClanahan TM.
Read this full essay on Prescription authority for the psychologist. The debate was facilitate by Dr. Timothy Anderson, PhD in psychology, who entertained two professionals, Elaine Heiby and Patrick DeLeon who have earned their PhD in psychology; giving the pro and con for why psychologist should have prescriptive authority. The debate centered around two questions, the first question addressed the justification of the APA model of training for prescription privileges which cited the Department of Defense (DoD) demonstration project and training for other. Hayes PhD, Kirk D. Strosahl, Kelly G. Wilson Phd. Download (PDF). Читать. Mindfulness and Acceptance: Expanding the Tradition. Steven C. Hayes PhD, Victoria M. Follette PhD, Marsha M. Linehan PhD ABPP.
Department of Defense approved a pilot project to train psychologists in issuing psychotropic medications "under certain circumstances".