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This document explains my office policies, fees, and billing practices. The last page is the registration form you complete and bring with you to the first appointment. Please do not sign the registration form if you have any questions or concerns so that we can talk about these in the appointment. (The document is in Adobe's PDF format.)

This is a detailed explanation of your privacy rights as a patient. If you read this at bedtime, you may find it helps you sleep without becoming habit-forming. (The document is in Adobe's PDF format.)

What about forms for Court-Related Cases?

I don't publish these here because I want to make sure that you have a basic understanding of what is involved and that I understand what you might want me to do. After that preliminary discussion, I will send you the correct form by fax or e-mail.

You can check out my license here and the licenses of other psychologists in the state.

This opens the "general public" section of the webpage, containing basic information about different kinds of mental health professionals, insurance, and a "psychologist finder." NCPA also has a Facebook page with links to current news articles.

APA is such a big organization, with so much news to cover, that this web page is sometimes a little slow or confusing, but it still has lots of good current news about the science of psychology and the science/art of behavioral health services.

This allows you to download a free copy of Adobe Reader, so you can see the documents noted above.

Remember that Adobe will offer to install McAfee Security Scan and Safe Connect software, and will do this unless you tell it not to.