Tennessee Psychologist Code and Rules
Author: Tennessee Board of Examiners
Course Created: 2012
Practice Level: Indroductory
This course does not qualify for NBCC credit
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This course was created to meet the requirements of the Tennessee Board of Examiners of Psychology. The course covers 1) Tennessee Code Annotated, Title 63, Chapter 11; and 2) Official Compilation, Rules and Regulations of the State of Tennessee, Chapters 1180-1, 1180-2, 1180-3, and 1180-4.
The Board also requires licensees to have a course based on the APA code of ethics. You can meet that requirement by completing this continuing education course: APA Code of Ethics.
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- Identify the length of time records must be retained.
- Describe grounds for disciplinary action by the board.
- Explain rules involving supervision.
- Tennessee Code Annotated, Title 63, Chapter 11
- Official Compilation, Rules and Regulations of the State of Tennessee, Chapters
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