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Old 27th June 2018, 10:23 PM   #76
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Originally Posted by LSSBB View Post
There are book things too, you know. Plus actual experience with implementation. Not saying what SG is right, or even applicable on this subject, just that Googling is no substitute for full professional training and experience.

Are you an Internet lawyer? There seems to be others running around here.

The standards of practice and ethical rules are the official positions of the APA, not just some search results from Google. They are authoritative and clear. SG canít rebut those, all she can do is argue they donít apply. If I have SGís and the OP psychs opinions and they are counter to the APAs clear standards and rules, I have to side with the APA. They clearly have more authority on mental health than any individual practitioner -especially practitioners who canít support their methodology.

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