Competencies for psychology practice in primary care

Susan H. McDanie, Catherine L. Grus, Barbara A. Cubic, Christopher L. Hunter, Lisa K. Kearney, Catherine C. Schuman, Michele J. Karel, Rodger Kessler, Kevin T. Larkin, Stephen McCutcheon, Benjamin F. Miller, Justin Nash, Sara H. Qualls, Kathryn Sanders Connolly, Terry Stancin, Annette L. Stanton, Lynne A. Sturm, Suzanne Bennett Johnson

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Abstract

This article reports on the outcome of a presidential initiative of 2012 American Psychological Association President Suzanne Bennett Johnson to delineate competencies for primary care (PC) psychology in six broad domains: science, systems, professionalism, relationships, application, and education. Essential knowledge, skills, and attitudes are described for each PC psychology competency. Two behavioral examples are provided to illustrate each competency. Clinical vignettes demonstrate the competencies in action. Delineation of these competencies is intended to inform education, practice, and research in PC psychology and efforts to further develop team-based competencies in PC.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)409-429
Number of pages21
JournalAmerican Psychologist
Volume69
Issue number4
DOIs
StatePublished - Jan 1 2014
Externally publishedYes

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Keywords

  • Competence
  • Education
  • Primary care
  • Training

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  • Psychology(all)

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McDanie, S. H., Grus, C. L., Cubic, B. A., Hunter, C. L., Kearney, L. K., Schuman, C. C., ... Johnson, S. B. (2014). Competencies for psychology practice in primary care. American Psychologist, 69(4), 409-429. https://doi.org/10.1037/a0036072

Competencies for psychology practice in primary care. / McDanie, Susan H.; Grus, Catherine L.; Cubic, Barbara A.; Hunter, Christopher L.; Kearney, Lisa K.; Schuman, Catherine C.; Karel, Michele J.; Kessler, Rodger; Larkin, Kevin T.; McCutcheon, Stephen; Miller, Benjamin F.; Nash, Justin; Qualls, Sara H.; Connolly, Kathryn Sanders; Stancin, Terry; Stanton, Annette L.; Sturm, Lynne A.; Johnson, Suzanne Bennett.

In: American Psychologist, Vol. 69, No. 4, 01.01.2014, p. 409-429.

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McDanie, SH, Grus, CL, Cubic, BA, Hunter, CL, Kearney, LK, Schuman, CC, Karel, MJ, Kessler, R, Larkin, KT, McCutcheon, S, Miller, BF, Nash, J, Qualls, SH, Connolly, KS, Stancin, T, Stanton, AL, Sturm, LA & Johnson, SB 2014, 'Competencies for psychology practice in primary care', American Psychologist, vol. 69, no. 4, pp. 409-429. https://doi.org/10.1037/a0036072
McDanie SH, Grus CL, Cubic BA, Hunter CL, Kearney LK, Schuman CC et al. Competencies for psychology practice in primary care. American Psychologist. 2014 Jan 1;69(4):409-429. https://doi.org/10.1037/a0036072
McDanie, Susan H. ; Grus, Catherine L. ; Cubic, Barbara A. ; Hunter, Christopher L. ; Kearney, Lisa K. ; Schuman, Catherine C. ; Karel, Michele J. ; Kessler, Rodger ; Larkin, Kevin T. ; McCutcheon, Stephen ; Miller, Benjamin F. ; Nash, Justin ; Qualls, Sara H. ; Connolly, Kathryn Sanders ; Stancin, Terry ; Stanton, Annette L. ; Sturm, Lynne A. ; Johnson, Suzanne Bennett. / Competencies for psychology practice in primary care. In: American Psychologist. 2014 ; Vol. 69, No. 4. pp. 409-429.
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