Definition[ edit ] Lajoie and Shapiro  reviewed forty definitions of transpersonal psychology that had appeared in academic literature over the period from to They found that five key themes in particular featured prominently in these definitions: Based upon this study the authors proposed the following definition of transpersonal psychology:
A Subject to division F of this section, the state board of psychology may take any of the actions specified in division C of this section against an applicant for or a person who holds a license issued under this chapter on any of the following grounds as applicable: Such person may have the person's license issued or restored only upon determination by a court that the person is competent for the purpose of holding the license and upon the decision by the board that such license be issued or restored.
The board may require an examination prior to such issuance or restoration. B Notwithstanding divisions A 11 and 12 of this section, sanctions shall not be imposed against any license holder who waives deductibles and copayments: Waiver of the deductibles or copays shall be made only with the full knowledge and consent of the plan purchaser, payer, and third-party administrator.
Such consent shall be made available to the board upon request. C For any of the reasons specified in division A of this section, the board may do one or more of the following: D When it revokes the license of a license holder under division C 4 of this section, the board may specify that the revocation is permanent.
An individual subject to permanent revocation is forever thereafter ineligible to hold a license, and the board shall not accept an application for reinstatement of the license or issuance of a new license. E When the board issues a notice of opportunity for a hearing on the basis of division A 7 of this section, the supervising member of the board, with cause and upon consultation with the board's executive director and the board's legal counsel, may compel the applicant or license holder to submit to mental, cognitive, substance abuse, or medical evaluations, or a combination of these evaluations, by a person or persons selected by the board.
Notice shall be given to the applicant or license holder in writing signed by the supervising member, the executive director, and the board's legal counsel. The applicant or license holder is deemed to have given consent to submit to these evaluations and to have waived all objections to the admissibility of testimony or evaluation reports that constitute a privileged communication.
The expense of the evaluation or evaluations shall be the responsibility of the applicant or license holder who is evaluated. F Before the board may take action under this section, written charges shall be filed with the board by the secretary and a hearing shall be had thereon in accordance with Chapter A telephone conference call may be used to conduct an emergency meeting for review of the matter by a quorum of the board, taking the vote, and memorializing the action in the minutes of the meeting.
After suspending a license pursuant to division F 1 of this section, the board shall notify the license holder of the suspension in accordance with section If the individual whose license is suspended fails to make a timely request for an adjudication under Chapter The schedule shall include applicable deadlines related to the hearing process, including all of the following: The request shall be in writing and shall be served not less than thirty-seven days prior to the hearing, unless the hearing officer or presiding board member grants an extension of time to make the request.
Not later than thirty days before the hearing, the responding party shall provide the requested list of witnesses, summary of their testimony, and copies of documents to the requesting party, unless the hearing officer or presiding board member grants an extension.
Failure to timely provide a list or copies requested in accordance with this section may, at the discretion of the hearing officer or presiding board member, result in exclusion from the hearing of the witnesses, testimony, or documents.
The person subject to a subpoena for the production of books, records, papers, or other tangible items shall respond to the subpoena at least twenty days prior to the date of the hearing. If a person fails to respond to a subpoena issued by the board, after providing reasonable notice to the person, the board, the hearing officer, or both may proceed with enforcement of the subpoena pursuant to section Abstract.
This chapter critiques positive psychology (PP) and PP interventions (PPIs) at three levels. First, it identifies the fundamental problems of elitism and scientism, which permeate and negatively impact PP research and applications. You are here: AllPsych > Psychology > Chapter 1: Section 1: Introduction to Psychology and Research Methods.
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