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Reserves Parsonson: PSYC 6333

Psychology 6333

1.Anderson, S. & Kitchener, K. (1998). "Nonsexual posttherapy relationships: A conceptual framework to assess ethical risks." Professional Psychology, Research and Practice. 29(1), 91.

2.Bray, James H. (2002). " Collaborative practice between psychologists and primary care physicians: Marketing your practice." Texas Psychologist. Summer, 23.

3.Campbell, C. & Gordon, M. (2003). "Acknowledging the inevitable: Understanding multiple relationships in rural practice." Professional Psychology, Research and Practice. 34(4), 430.

4.Costello, Raymond M., ed. Forensic Psychology for the Journeyman Clinician. Austin:Texas Psychological Foundation, Austi, 1991.. Excerpts:

5.Coster, J., & Schwebel, M..(1997). "Well-functioning in professional psychologists." Professional Psychology, Research and Practice. 28(1), 5.

6.DeBell, C., & Jones, D. (1997). "Privileged communication at last? An overview of Jaffee v. Redmond." Professional Psychology, Research and Practice. 28(6), 559.

7.Flanagan, R., Miller, J. & Jacob, S. (2005). "The 2002 revision of the American Psychological Association's ethics code: Implications for school psychologists." Psychology in the Schools. 42(4), 433-445. 

8.Getting ready for HIPAA: A primer for psychologists. Americam Psychological Association Practice Organization. March 2002.

9.Goodyear, R. & Shumate, J. (1996). "Perceived effects of therapist self-disclosure of attraction to clients." Professional Psychology, Research and Practice. 27(6), 613.

10.Handelsman, M. & Galvin, M. (1988). "Facilitating informed consent for outpatient psychotherapy: A suggested written format." Professional Psychology, Research and Practice. 19(2), 223.

11.Harrington, R. & Loffredo, D. (1999). "LPA Attitudes: Licensed psychological associates share opinions about credentials." Texas Psychologist. Winter, 38.

12.Houston, S. & Marinelli, M. (2002). "When can you disclose confidential client mental health information." Texas Psychologist. Summer, 6.

13.Inciardi, J. . "Chapter 5: The process of justice: An overview." Criminal Justice. 6th ed. Harcourt Brace College Pub, 1999. 

14.Jobes, D. & Berman, A. (1993). "Suicide and malpractice liablility: Assessing and revising policies, procedures, and practice in outpatient settings." Professional Psychology, Research and Practice. 24(1), 91.

15.Knapp, S. & VandeCreek, L. (2003). "An overview of the major changes in the 2002 APA Ethics Code." Professional Psychology, Research and Practice. 34(3), 301.

16.Pope, K., et al. (1988). "Good and poor practices in psychotherapy: National survey of beliefs of psychologists." Professional Psychology, Research and Practice. 19(5), 547.

17.--- & Vetter, V. (1992). "Ethical dilemmas encountered by members of the American Psychological Association." American Psychologist. 47(3), 397.

18.Romans, J., et al. (1996). "Stalking and related behaviors experienced by counseling center staff members from current or former clients." Professional Psychology, Research and Practice. 27(6), 595.

19. Rosenberg, J.I. (1999). "Suicide prevention: An integrated training model using affective and action-based interventions." Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, 30, 83-87.

20.Schoenfeld, L., et al. (2001). "Responses of psychologists to complaints filed against them with a state licensing board." Professional Psychology, Research and Practice. 32(5), 491.

21.Sommers-Flanagan, J. & Sommers-Flanagan, R. (1995). "Intake interviewing with suicidal patients: A systematic approach." Professional Psychology, Research and Practice. 26(1), 41-47.

22.Sutter, E, et al. (2002). "Documenting informed consent." Texas Psychologist. Summer, 24.

23.---.(2003). "Career trends for Texas Master's level psychology graduates." Texas Psychologist. Winter, 10.

24.Taylor, L. & Adelman, H. (1989). "Reframing the confidentiality dilemma to work in children's best interests." Professinal Psychology, Research and Practice. 20(2), 79-83.

25.Teske, Raymond H.C.Jr., ed.. Crime and Justice in Texas. Huntsville:Sam Houston State University, The Center, 1995.. Excerpts:

26.Truscott, D., Evans, J., & Mansell, S. (1995). "Outpatient psychotherapy with dangerous clients: A model for clinical decision making." Professional Psychology, Research and Practice. 26(5), 484-490.

27.TSBEP Newsletter. Summer 2001, 14(1).

28.TSBEP Newsletter. Winter 2002, 15(1).

29.TSEPB Newsletter (Spring, 2008), 21 (1).

30.TSEPB Newsletter (Winter, 2012), 26 (1).

31.TSEPB Newsletter (Summer, 2013), 26 (2).

32.TSEPB Newsletter (Winter, 2013), 27 (1).

33.Woody, R.. "Negligence and standard of care." in Fifty Ways to Avoid Malpractice. Sarasota: Professional Resource Exchange, 1988, 43-68.

34.Wright, R. (1981). "What to do until the malpractice lawyer comes." American Psychologist. 36(12), 1535-1541.