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Archives for: December 5th, 2019

Psychological Services for Consumers with HIV: Intersecting Themes

Written by wisnet-ad on December 5, 2019

Individuals at high risk for contracting the HIV virus or who are living with it pose a set of unique challenges for professional psychologists. These challenges are complicated by the evolving nature of HIV transmission, and in particular demographic shifts in individuals and groups that are at higher risk for contracting the virus. This article […]

The Internship Training Consortium: Benefits, Challenges, and Potential Contributions to Mitigating the Supply-Demand Imbalance

Written by wisnet-ad on December 5, 2019

Internship training consortia offer programs an opportunity to create a meaningful number of accredited internship placements for their students while at the same time establishing a training experience that mirrors the program’s model and philosophy, and contributing to the development of mental health resources within their communities. At the same time, consortia also require an […]

Ethical Dilemmas in Varied Practice Settings

Written by wisnet-ad on December 5, 2019

In this article, we present a series of vignettes highlighting ethical dilemmas from varied practice settings. This continues an exploration we began in the last edition of The Register Report (Wise, 2014), when we analyzed ethical problems that may arise when working in concert with colleagues in psychology or other healthcare professions. Our first vignette […]

The Supreme Court 2013-2014: The Happiest Term?

Written by wisnet-ad on December 5, 2019

Capital Punishment, Abortion, Expert Witnesses and Cell Phones “Has the Supreme Court become the Friendliest Place in Town?” Someone looking at the data might well ask. Two-thirds of the cases this Term were unanimous. Opposing counsel were calling each other “Friend”—the word appears more than 130 times in the transcripts of oral arguments this Term.[1] And […]

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