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The National Psychologist - January/February 2014

The National Psychologist

CE Credit: 1 Hour

Target Audience: Psychology CE | Counseling CE | Marriage & Family Therapy CE

Learning Level: Intermediate

Course Type: Test Only

Course Abstract


This CE test is based on the content of articles from The National Psychologist, January/February 2014 issue:

  • Risks accompany benefits of telecommunications
  • Most psychologists misinformed on ‘duty to warn’
  • APA task force report: Gun violence can be reduced
  • Hypnosis, therapy, and magic
  • Legal pitfalls in treating borderline personality disorder
  • A mental health primer on paraphilias in DSM-5
  • Ethical issues in assessing treating elite athletes
  • Risk Management: Electronic Health Records raise new ethical concerns

Content for this course is available for free at: 

Course #10-71 | 10 posttest questions

Learning Objectives

1. List clinical issues addressed in the course content
2. Describe current ethical issues in psychology
3. Identify risk management strategies for psychotherapists
4. Illustrate current practice issues in psychology

NBCC ACEP Approved ProviderNBCC Clock Hours: 1 | 
NBCC ACEP Number: 5590 | 

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Successful completion of the online CE test (80% required to pass, 3 chances to take) and course evaluation are required to earn a certificate of completion. Click here to learn more.

About the Author(s)

The National Psychologist is a private, independent bi-monthly newspaper intended to keep psychologists informed about practice issues. Contributions and letters are invited. The editor reserves the right to edit articles and submissions for clarity and/or to meet specific space limitations. Publication staff is not responsible for opinions or facts in bylined articles.


Financial: The content for this course was published by The National Psychologist.
Nonfinancial: No relevant nonfinancial relationships exist.

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