Clinical psychologist

  • Clinical psychology - Wikipedia (2019/07/21 16:20)
    A changing profession. Since the 1970s, clinical psychology has continued growing into a robust profession and academic field of study. Although the exact number of practicing clinical psychologists is unknown, it is estimated that between 1974 and 1990, the number in the U.S. grew from 20,000 to 63,000.
  • Psychologist - Wikipedia (2019/07/21 06:04)
    In Australia, the psychology profession, and the use of the title "psychologist", is regulated by an Act of Parliament, the Health Practitioner Regulation (Administrative Arrangements) National Law Act 2008, following an agreement between state and territorial governments.
  • National Report Hungary Psychologist profession (2019/07/20 15:38)
    usually regulated. For instance, clinical psychologist is a regulated profession under Hungarian law. Clinical psychologist (and other professions for which the training criteria are regulated in the legislation on health training laws) can be considered as an independent
  • REGULATION OF THE PROFESSIONS OF PSYCHOTHERAPIST CLINICAL ... (2019/07/20 00:57)
    The profession of clinical psychologist is regulated in eight EEA countries. Direct professional regulations, i.e. special professional titles, exist in Austria, Portugal, Spain and in the United Kingdom. Norway does not confer protected titles for this profession, but there are regula-
  • What is a Clinical Psychologist? - Australian Clinical ... (2019/07/19 21:23)
    What training does a clinical psychologist have? A clinical psychologist undertakes eight years of education and training to become endorsed by the Psychology Board of Australia. This is the highest level of training in the assessment, formulation, diagnosis, and psychological treatment of mental health problems of any profession.
  • EFPA Psy and Europe - Competent Authorities for ... (2019/07/18 19:36)
    European Commission Regulated Professions Database in the EU member states + Iceland, Norway, Liechtenstein and Switzerland available on the website of the European Commission . What is a regulated profession? A profession is said to be regulated when access and exercise is subject to the possession of a specific professional qualification.
  • Marta Benko - Clinical Psychologist, Health Psychologist ... (2019/07/18 02:47)
    The Clinical Psychologist is a regulated profession with associated protected title. Health Care Professions Council (HCPC) ensures the top quality of competences and services provided by Clinical Psychologists in the register.
  • Regulated profession - Psicólogo especialista en ... (2019/07/14 09:40)
    The database contains information on regulated professions, statistics on migrating professionals,contact points and competent authorities, as provided by EU Member States, EEA countries and Switzerland. Each country is responsible for updating information, on its regulated professions, competent authorities and statistics.
  • Regulated profession - Practitioner psychologist (United ... (2019/07/02 07:52)
    The profession of psychology is divided into seven areas or ‘domains’ of practice. The domains that will be regulated are: Modalities: Clinical psychologists, Counselling psychologists, Educational psychologists, Forensic psychologists, Health psychologists, Occupational psychologists, Sport and exercise psychologists.
  • EU - Regulated professions - Your Europe - Your Europe (2019/05/06 02:55)
    As a general rule, a profession is regulated if you have to hold a specific degree to access the profession, sit special exams such as state exams and/or register with a professional body before you can practise it. If your profession is regulated in the EU country where you want to practise, you ...
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