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(p. 143) Teaching, Supervision, and the Business of Geropsychology 

(p. 143) Teaching, Supervision, and the Business of Geropsychology
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(p. 143) Teaching, Supervision, and the Business of Geropsychology
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Tammi Vacha-Haase

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10.1093/med:psych/9780195385670.003.0010
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date: 09 April 2020

Chapter 10 covers the enormous attention given to the multiple training and employment opportunities, including research, clinical practice, teaching, and services targeted at the elderly. It also addresses the need for competent geropsychologists with a commitment to teaching and supervision, and how these individuals must be skilled in providing appropriate training for those interested in learning about older adults, whether on an applied or professional level, at a place of business or an academic institution. It covers the Pike’s Peak Model, an aspirational competency-based approach to professional psychology, including aspects of teaching, supervision, and business, offered for those at any stage of their training, to further support the needed skills in geropsychology.

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