Continuing Education 2014 (Continental Breakfast, Served Hot Lunch, and Breaks included!)
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Continuing Education 2014
The Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) Study:
Mental Health at the Forefront of Health Care
& VPA 64th Annual Meeting
Presenter: Vincent J. Felitti, MD
Founding Chairman, Department of Preventive Medicine, Kaiser Permanente Medical Care Program, San Diego, California; Clinical Professor of Medicine, University of California
Friday, November 21st, 2014, Capitol Plaza Hotel, Montpelier, VT
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Psychological Examiners Rules Change:
The Board of Psychological Examiners amended the administrative rules that relate to psychology licensure. In cooperation with the Licensure Board, the Vermont Psychological Association successfully made important contributions to the revision process. Thank you to all who helped VPA make a difference for our profession. Here is the link to the rules for psychology licensure (after you click the link, look on the right side of the page).
Please be sure to pay particular attention to Section 4 addressing "Supervision".
Board of Psychological Examiners http://vtprofessionals.org/opr1/psychologists/
Legislative Advocacy in Action! VPA Leg Brochure 4 12 11.pdf
The VPA "Circle of Giving Development Campaign" Circle Brochure Web.pdf
APA Practice Directorate Website
The Vermont Psychologist Newsletter
The Board of Psychological Examiners is a five member Board created by the Legislature whose members are appointed by the Governor to administer the laws for this profession in the State of Vermont. The Board's mission is public protection. The Board does this by: ensuring that applicants are qualified for licensure; setting standards for the profession by proposing statutes and adopting administrative rules;and, with the assistance of OPR staff, investigating complaints of unprofessional conduct, taking disciplinary action against licensees when necessary to protect the public. On this page you will find links to the laws governing this profession, as well as resources for applicants, licensees, consumers and employers.