Prescription Privileges for Psychologists, Part II: Is Our Consent Fully Informed?

In July of 2014, I published an article explaining my concerns about the push to allow prescription privileges for psychologists across the country, after news of the recent legislation in Illinois sanctioning Continue Reading →

Prescription Privileges for Psychologists: Is Our Consent Fully Informed?

This past June, Illinois became the 3rd state to allow psychologists to prescribe medications commonly used for psychiatric issues, after New Mexico and Louisiana have enacted similar laws.  As indicated in Continue Reading →

Addressing the Mental Health Crisis: What Really Matters

Watch Dr. Schroeder’s presentation of “Addressing the Mental Health Crisis” Evidence increasingly suggests that psychological difficulties are on the rise.  The Global Disease Burden Study, published in August of 2013, declared Continue Reading →