Psychologist. Shall be defined as an individual holding the degree of Ph.D., licensed as a psychologist in the jurisdiction in which services are provided, and acting within the scope of his or her license.
Psychologist. A licensed psychologist with a doctoral degree in psychology and who either has at least two (2) years of clinical experience in a recognized health setting, or has met the standards of the national Register of Health Service Providers in Psychology. When treatment or evaluation for an illness or injury is provided by a psychologist, the County may require appropriate medical collaboration.
Psychologist. The insurance covers medically justified individual treatment at a psychologist. It is a prerequisite for cover that we consider that you have a symptomatic mental disease/injury and that there is a medically documented need for treatment. We assess whether you need a writ- ten medical referral or recommendation. The treatment must ensure progression/improvement of the condition. Mental disorders which, in our opinion, can- not be cured or permanently improved are not covered.
Psychologist. A person who holds a license to engage in the practice of psychology issued under Occupations Code §501.252. Reason to Believe (RTB): A finding of RTB means that a preponderance of evidence indicates abuse/neglect/exploitation occurred. If any allegation disposition is RTB, the overall case disposition is RTB.
Psychologist. The Clinical Psychologist will use professional knowledge and skills to support the Flying Start multi-agency team in the early identification of need. To support staff and parents to enable an appropriate child centered plan is in place for those identified children. To support staff and childcare settings in the use of individual play plans and planning of assessment focusing on SMART measurable targets. Undertake direct psychological support with children and families with attachment, social emotional and behavioural difficulties leading and ensuring a joined up approach with all multi agencies involved. Provide training and support for Flying Start staff regarding attachment and parent and infant mental health. Including the facilitation of an Infant Mental Health Forum for Flying Start and partners. To support ongoing evaluation through evidence based models. To continue to maintain and further develop as appropriate, clear pathways involving Flying Start, Nurseries and close liaison with Educational Psychology, Inclusion Service, and Flying Start additional needs support officer, ensuring a smooth transition to Nursery for those children with additional needs.
Psychologist. A school psychologist who holds a standard, unrestricted, non-provisional Minnesota School Psychologist license will be paid on the MA+60/Specialist/Psychologist salary lane.
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