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Prescription Privileges for Psychologists : A Critical Appraisal
Hayes, Steven C. & Elaine M. Heiby (Eds)
Context Press - New Harbinger / Hardcover / 1998-11-01 / 1878978306
Psychology / Psychopharmacology
price: $46.50 (may be subject to change)
282 pages
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The debate over prescription privileges for psychologists is upon us. This book presents the first critical and comprehensive examination of the issue. The result of a conference sponsored by AAAPP, an opponent of prescription privileges for psychologists, this book includes both pro and con positions from experts in the field. Whether you've taken a side or are still considering the arguments, this issue is one you must understand as a psychologist.

The Case for Prescription Privileges for Psychologists: An Overview by Morgan T. Sammons
The Case Against Prescription Privileges for Psychologists: An Overview by Elaine M. Heiby
The Political History of the Prescription Privilege Movement Within the American Psychological Association by Victor D. Sanua
Implications of Prescription Privileges for Psychological Research and Training by Richard M. McFall
Medical Training Needed to Prescribe and Monitor Psychoactive Drugs: A Paradigm for the Evaluation, Formulation, and Treatments of Psychiatric Disorders by Michael R. Clark
The Implications of Basic Research in Behavioral Pharmacology for Prescription Privileges for Psychologists by Alan Poling, LeeAnn Christian, & Kristal Ehrhardt
Current Status of Combined Treatments: Implications for Prescription Authority by Michael J. Telch, Tracy Sloan, & Victoria Beckner
Antidepressant Medications: A Review of their Potential for Toxicity by Melissa Piasecki
A Cost-Effectiveness Model: Is Pharmacotherapy Really Less Expensive than Psychotherapy for Depression? by David O. Antonuccio, Michael Thomas, & William G. Danton
The Role of Professional Psychology in the Era of Health Care Reform: Psychology's Battle to Survive in the Market Place by Kirk Strosahl
Creating an Honorable Alternative to Prescription Privileges in the Era of Managed Care by Steven C. Hayes & John T. Blackledge

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