“Examinees shouldn’t be forced into research that benefits the company already providing a high-priced assessment tool”
Licensing Laws vs. Regulations… What’s the Difference?
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While the ASPPB jumps on the bandwagon of denial and tries to assemble a response sometime this year, we will respond to messages from concerned psychologists interested in the recently exposed ASPPB Licensure Scheme.
The Psychology Licensure Crisis that APA Psychologists (like with GITMO) Deliberately Chose to Ignore
– Modern Psychologists
“They are not open and transparent. They hold private, closed meetings with members of government bodies that make decisions about the public and profession.”
“The little-noticed Texas State Board of Examiners of Psychologists has had quite a year. From an abortive legislative Sunset review to a lawsuit filed against it, the agency responsible for licensing psychologists has had an unusually large dose of controversy. More might be in store.”
“ASPPB Will Double the Price of the Already Invalid EPPP to $,1200 to “Protect the Public” and Further Delaying Your Entry-Level Job With Unnecessary Multiple Steps APA Remains Silent and Submissive While Accepting Thousands in “Sponsorship” $$$ from Them.”
“Louisiana Psychology Board Slapped with a New Federal Lawsuit Alleging Due Process Violations Against Fellow Psychologists “
“Mary Louise Serafine Attorney & Counselor at Law Comments for Sunset Review”
“WE WIN AGAIN! Texas Adopts Rules Eliminating the Oral Examination“
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