Florida Statutes and Rules Affecting the Practice of Psychology - Revised
Course Created: 2008
Practice Level: Beginner to Intermediate
This course does not qualify for NBCC credit
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This course is based on the Florida statutes and rules affecting the practice of psychology. This course, when combined with another ethics course, meets the Florida requirements which state : Three (3) of the forty (40) hours must be on professional ethics and Florida statutes and rules affecting the practice of psychology.
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- Explain penalties for violating the rules.
- Describe the requirements for retention of records.
- Explain rules governing advertisements.
- Board of Psychology.
- Licensure by examination.
- Provisional licensure; requirements.
- Licensure by endorsement.
- Renewal of license.
- Continuing education; approval of providers, programs, and courses; proof of completion.
- Sexual misconduct.
- Violations; penalties; injunction.
- Licensed school psychologists; private sector services.
- Practice of hypnosis.
- Practice of sex therapy.
- The practice of juvenile sexual offender therapy.
- Confidentiality and privileged communications.
- Psychologist and school psychologist records.
- Duties of the department.
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