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The Society for a Science of Clinical Psychology (SSCP -  whose members are committed “to empirical research and the ideal that scientific principles should play a role in training, practice, and establishing public policy for health and mental health concerns” and Psychologists Opposed to Prescription Privileges for Psychologists (POPPP - whose members are “committed to preserving the integrity of our profession and to protecting the safety and well-being of those we serve” jointly share our deep concerns about proposed changes. This comprehensive response addresses concerns related to proposed changes to model legislation, model curriculum and designation criteria as well as their intersections. Several of the issues raised relate to all documents, but when comments apply more specifically they will be noted. Download the pdf file to read.

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