Results 1–9 of 9 for "Guidelines"X related to "Who are you thinking about? The fMRI..." Refine Your Search Refine Your Search TopicDisability (3)Therapy (3)Ethics (1)Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender (1)Sexuality (1)Document TypeGuidelinesXYear2013 (1)2011 (4)Author/ContributorCommittee on Disability Issues in Psychology (1) Results 1–9 of 9 Relevance Title A-Z Title Z-A Newest First Oldest First Sort by: 1.Guidelines for Psychological Practice with Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual ClientsThese guidelines provide practitioners with a frame of reference for the treatment of lesbian, gay and bisexual clients, and basic information and further references in the areas of assessment, intervention, identity, relationships and the education and training of psychologists.Guidelines (February 2011)2.Guidelines for the Practice of TelepsychologyThe practice of telepsychology involves consideration of legal requirements, ethical standards, telecommunication technologies, intra- and interagency policies, and other external constraints, as well as the demands of the particular professional context. In some situations, one set of considerations may suggest a different course of action than another, and it is the responsibility of the psychologist to balance them appropriately. These guidelines aim to assist psychologists in making such decisions.Guidelines (July 2013)3.State Leadership Conference Tips from the Committee of State LeadersTips for SLC attendees regarding weather, dietary restrictions, Hill visits and workshop attendance from the Committee of State Leaders. Guidelines 4.Guidelines for Assessment of and Intervention with Persons with DisabilitiesGuidelines to help psychologists conceptualize and implement more effective, fair and ethical psychological assessments and interventions with persons with disabilities by making their practices more accessible and disability-sensitive, enhancing their working relationships with clients with disabilities, and more. Adopted by APA Council of Representatives on February 18, 2011.Guidelines (January 2011)5.Guidelines for Nonhandicapping Language in APA JournalsThe use of certain words or phrases can express gender, ethnic, or racial bias either intentionally or unintentionally. This page provides guidelines on avoiding bias in language.Guidelines 6.Guidelines for APA Conference SpeakersAnnual Convention conference speakers are encouraged to make considerations for all members of the audience, including persons who are blind or visually impaired, deaf or hard of hearing, or with mobility impairments. Attendees may make additional arrangements with the resource room for persons with disabilities during convention.Guidelines 7.Specialty Guidelines for Forensic PsychologyThe goals of these guidelines are to improve the quality of forensic psychological services; enhance the practice and facilitate the systematic development of forensic psychology; encourage a high level of quality in professional practice; and encourage forensic practitioners to acknowledge and respect the rights of those they serve.Guidelines (January 2011)8.Practice Guidelines Regarding Psychologists' Involvement in Pharmacological IssuesThis is a guide for psychologists involved in prescribing psychiatric medications concerning what they must consider including their own competence and attitudes; their patients' age, gender, health and ethnicity; possible side effects; and evaluation and review of proposed and existing practice guidelines.Guidelines (December 2011)9.Division 35 Book Proposal GuidelinesAuthors with an idea for a book as part of the book series should submit their ideas to the Book Series Commitee for guidance.Guidelines Relevance Title A-Z Title Z-A Newest First Oldest First Sort by: ADVERTISEMENT Results 1–9 of 9 for "Guidelines"X related to "Who are you thinking about? The fMRI..."