1. Do you mean hypopompic hallucinations happen when waking?

  2. Realized through this exchange that I can probably figure it out by doing meditations at different times of the day.

  3. I’m not the person you asked, but my hospital system pays doctoral psychologists almost double what it pays MSWs in the same role. I'm also able to charge a higher fee in my private practice.

  4. Gotcha, thank you, it’s good to know how that works and that even in a captive internship site, students have equal potential to rank other sides. I’m definitely going to ask about this and the 5th year tuition before making any big decisions

  5. You shouldn’t expect to have the option of matching at other sites from a program that relies heavily on a captive internship, just because the program allows you to apply to other sites.

  6. "The term mid-level practitioner as found in the DEA classification in Section 1300.01(b28), Title 21, of the Code of Federal Regulations is used as a means of organizing drug diversion activities. The term mid-level practitioner as defined by the DEA Office of Diversion Control, "...means an individual practitioner, other than a physician, dentist, veterinarian, or podiatrist, who is licensed, registered, or otherwise permitted by the United States or the jurisdiction in which he/she practices, to dispense a controlled substance in the course of professional practice."[18][19] Some health professionals considered mid-level practitioners by the United States DEA include [the above listed professions who do not dispense or prescribe at the top of their field (medically informed treatment)].

  7. This is a problem with psychology today and other directory sites. If you need a specialist, you are better off getting a direct referral or going through a professional association or accreditation body for that specialty.

  8. This depends on where you live. You are not currently a child in danger, so this would only happen if you live in a place where past abuse is reportable.

  9. Yay! Glad that was helpful. Don't forget that the office will need a large testing table. A standard desk may not be big enough, depending on the measures.

  10. What about subletting an office 1-2 days or evenings a week? A colleague may be happy to help.

  11. I’m wondering how one is exploitive and the other isn’t, if functionally they have the same result

  12. I'm doing my very best to explain this clearly, though I'm not sure which is confusing. If you tell me what i can explain differently, I'm happy to help.

  13. I can only share my experience...I don't have one , never wanted or needed one.

  14. I'm in the process of inquiring. So even if it does have template forms, I'm trying to understand if these templates provide me the best protection in the case of a lawsuit. Not sure if I'm being extra paranoid but I want to be as protected as I can.

  15. I understand. Usually, the state board or professional association will have forms that meet requirements for the state. My state professional association also has an attorney that does free consults for members.

  16. I don't have a specific issue I'm trying to protect myself against in the case of a lawsuit or board complaint. I would just like to be as diligent as possible given that it's up to me what I put in this document. I will follow up with the state professional organization and see what they say

  17. If you haven't already, check your board's discipline records to see what pops up most often in your area

  18. There is one just off the Las Vegas strip without a drive thru. The area around it is almost like an outdoor shopping mall.

  19. "I already have plans that day! Let's make plans to do something with the girls in January. Merry Christmas!"

  20. Yes that’s my point. Weird way to get specific info. Open ended question because therapist didn’t remember things. It’s fairly clear from the original post what happened. Seems like you’re going out of your way to be contrarian on this? Not every scenario is a CBT worksheet or an Aha! Moment that only a therapist (assuming from your username) can see.

  21. I was asking questions to find out what happened. My question was never answered. It doesn't seem at all clear, and assumptions are bring made.

  22. I answered your question with “they know the therapist didn't remember because the therapist literally said "so what's your story," despite having been told the story at the previous session.”

  23. It sounds like a style issue rather than a memory issue. Nothing that was said here relates to memory.

  24. I saw that movie many years ago, so forgive me if I don't remember the details.

  25. I’m an employee, so aside from paying my own malpractice insurance (which is only like $100 a year) they give me as many clients as I want (35 is full time and what I’m working towards, but I can take as many as I’m willing to within reason, I’m sure), handle billing, there’s a receptionist, etc. I schedule everything from the intake forward. I lm getting insurance and 401k through them, but no PTO.

  26. Thanks for sharing. Glad to know that therapy isn’t alway so daunting. Just out of curiosity…how does it feel to work for systems?

  27. I gained excellent experience in the years I worked in systems. And that was the only time I ever experienced burn put. Definitely not from the actual work but the bureaucracy.

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