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Psychology Practice Info

Every year thousands of people visit psychologists or psychological assistants to help them better understand themselves, their relationships with others and enhance their ability to deal with personal problems. If you think you may need to see a psychologist, the information on this website can help you. It will describe what psychologists do and how they are trained. It will provide guidance for choosing a psychologist and explain what a psychologist should and should not do. It also will tell you about your legal rights and what to do if you think your psychologist has broken the law, overstepped professional boundaries, or in some other way acted unethically.

Be aware that every jurisdiction may have differences in laws and rules regarding the practice of psychology and licensed professionals. The information contained in this section is general information. If you have a question regarding a particular licensed psychologist, please check with the licensing authority (board or college) in the state, province, or territory where the individual is licensed to obtain specific answers to your question. 

  • What Psychologists Should and Should Not Do in Providing Services
  • Psychology and the Internet
  • Your Rights as a Consumer
  • Requirements to Practice Psychology
  • Finding a Psychologist
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