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Ethics in the Practice of Psychological Expertise

Psychology professionals need to avoid giving false information. One example is someone saying they are a psychologist with a Ph.D. when they only have a Master's degree. What areas will a professional in the field need to be aware of when advertising? What information is acceptable by the Code and what information is seen as a violation of the Code?

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To become a practicing Psychologist, one must go through the necessary qualifications, studies and requirements that is required by State, Federal and Professional licensure and examination boards. The practice of Psychology is like any other medical practice - it is governed by law and by professional regulations. In the US, the American Psychological Association or APA is one of the premiere ...

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The solution provides information and advice (see original problem above) on the topic of disclosure in professional as well as ethical practices in terms of representing expertise and qualifications as a psychology expert/professional according to the Industry's code of ethics. This solution is 532 words with four resources for further exploration of the topic.