A Training Curriculum for Professional Psychologists in Primary Care

  • McDaniel S
  • Belar C
  • Schroeder C
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Primary care psychology is a growing field that requires specific training opportunities for successful practice. The knowledge and skills that practitioners need for work in this setting are outlined here in detail. This curriculum integrates literature and experience in family psychology, health psychology, and pediatric psychology; considers multiple levels of education and training; and provides illustrative examples. It is a first attempt in an evolving process of integrating historical and cutting edge literature from many areas of psychology and other disciplines to contribute to comprehensive primary care psychology training. It can be used by programs and individual practitioners alike in designing education and training experiences. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2012 APA, all rights reserved) (journal abstract)

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  • Susan H. McDaniel

  • Cynthia D. Belar

  • Carolyn Schroeder

  • David Scott Hargrove

  • Esther Lerman Freeman

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