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(p. 49) Professional Identity 

(p. 49) Professional Identity
(p. 49) Professional Identity

David R. Cox

, Richard H. Cox

, and Bruce Caplan

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date: 30 October 2020

Chapter 5 discusses how RPs engage in education, training, continuing education, and active involvement in professional organizations and other activities consistent with their commitment to the rehabilitation aspect of professional psychology, which include advocacy on behalf of persons with disabilities, and how eucation, training, experiential learning, and obtaining appropriate supervision and consultation are considered lifelong learning processes for the RP. It also covers how identification as an RP is best attained through specialized education and training leading to board certification through the ABRP.

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