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March 1st, 2023

Jeffrey A. Singer testifies at the hearing, “The Fentanyl Crisis in America: Inaction is No Longer an Option,” before The House Judiciary Subcommittee on Crime and Federal Government Surveillance on C‑SPAN (Testimony plus Q&A)

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May 3rd, 2023

Jeffrey A. Singer discusses the nationwide doctor shortage and the right to self‐​medicate on Sinclair Broadcast Group’s The National Desk

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Jeffrey A. Singer discusses prescribing psychologists on KOA’s The Ross Kaminski Show

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Jeffrey A. Singer discusses Sen. Josh Hawley’s insulin bill, the cost of drugs due to the FDA approval process, and Colorado’s new category of mental health specialists on Sinclair Broadcast Group’s The National Desk

Dr. Kyle Bonesteel and Neurohealth Associates Featured On Viewpoint

Hosted by Dennis Quaid which explores organizations that are innovating their field and passionate about diversity.

CATO Podcast Scope of Practice and the Delivery of Health Care

Scope of Practice and the Delivery of Health Care

At least some of the modern fights over health care can be traced back to divvying up the healthcare marketplace in statute. Jeff Singer discusses the problems inherent in pervasive scope of practice regulation.

CATO Podcast Prescribing Psychologists and Mental Health Care

Prescribing Psychologists and Mental Health Care

How might expanding the ranks of prescribing psychologists fill the gap in providing mental health care? What stands in the way? Beth N. Rom‐​Rymer is a clinical psychologist and advocate for the expansion of mental health access.

CATO Podcast The Political Opposition to Prescribing Psychologists

The Political Opposition to Prescribing Psychologists

An emergent turf war over who gets to prescribe medication means delaying mental health care. Claudia Mosier is a prescribing psychologist in two states and believes what she’s offering could help many Americans secure their own mental health.  

MS Clinical Psychopharmacology Director Earns Industry Distinction

MS Clinical Psychopharmacology Director Earns Industry Distinction

December 15, 2021 – Dr. Derek Phillips, Executive Director of Fairleigh Dickinson University’s M.S. in Clinical Psychopharmacology (MSCP) program received his prescribing license in late November. Dr. Phillips is now Illinois’ 12th licensed prescribing psychologist and one of only approximately 250 prescribing psychologists nationwide.   Read the full article here.

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Dr. Mosier Inducted into Chicago LGBT Hall of Fame

Celebrating one of our own: Dr. Claudia Mosier, the 6th licensed Prescribing Psychologist in Illinois and an IAPP Board Member, was inducted into Chicago’s LGBT Hall of Fame and honored by Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot on October 6, 2021. You can read Dr. Mosier’s full induction biography here.

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Dr. Boules Recognized

Dr. Gretchen A. Boules, the 5th Illinois Prescribing Psychologist and a member of IAPP’s Board of Directors, was recognized in Hinsdale Living magazine‘s 2021 Power Women feature. The article is below. Congratulations, Dr. Boules!

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Two New Prescribing Psychologists Licensed

The Prescriptive Authority Movement in Illinois began in the early 1990’s. Many of our clinical psychologists had the foresight and acumen to know that psychologists’ prescribing would be an exciting and clinically significant expansion for our scope of practice. Our patients, who were being prescribed second generation, more effective psychotropic medications, by their PCP’s or …

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