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Non-licensee may use “psychologist” title—if not soliciting patients

A January 15 decision by the United States Court of Appeals prevents the Texas State Board of Examiners of Psychologists from stopping unlicensed members of the public from representing themselves as psychologists and even giving advice, as long as they do not do so to solicit patients (Serafine v. Spinks, 810 F.3d 854 (2016)). The decision was made in a suit brought by a politician whose website refers to her as a psychologist.

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