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Recognizing, Assisting, and Reporting the Impaired Psychologist 

Recognizing, Assisting, and Reporting the Impaired Psychologist
Recognizing, Assisting, and Reporting the Impaired Psychologist

Gary R. Schoener

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date: 11 April 2021

Chapter 109 discusses recognizing, assisting, and reporting the impaired psychologist, including the responsibility to report, guidelines for intervention, support, work reentry, and the reduction of legal risks.

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