Practice Level: Advanced
This course is derived from the Florida statutes and rules affecting the practice of psychology Chapters 490 and rule 64B19. 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.
This course contains downloadable online lessons (PDF) and a practice test. When you’re ready, purchase the course by clicking the “Add To Cart” or “Enroll” button. This will let you take the test, complete the course evaluation and receive your certificate for CE credits.
- Explain statutes and rules related to confidentiality, privilege, and other aspects of practicing psychology in the state of Florida
- Identify penalties for violating the state statutes and rules
- Describe the requirements governing advertisements, specialty practices, and retention of records
- Chapter 49
- 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
- CHAPTER 64B19-10
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