The language field identifies languages other than English spoken by Registrants.
Ages Served refers to a particular populations a psychologist has the most experience treating. Registrants have ranked in order (1-5) of which age groups they treat most regularly. More than one age group can be chosen in a search.
Psychologists have education, training, and expertise in specific areas of practice. The psychologists on this site select areas of expertise from a comprehensive list. More than one area of expertise can be specified in your search.
Psychologists have education, training, and expertise in specific treatment modalities. The psychologists on this site select treatment modalities from a comprehensive list. More than one treatment modality can be specified in your search.
The National Register recognizes the following credentials to help the public identify psychologists who have met additional criteria in a specialty/proficiency.
Hospital Privileges designation identifies those psychologists with the the National Register credential (Registrants) who have additionally shown that they hold current clinical privileges on the staff of at least one medical facility (e.g., a general medical hospital, a psychiatric hospital, substances abuse facility).
The National Register uses the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities guidelines and the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Health Care Organization (JCAHO) definition of a hospital staff member as standards for assessing hospital appointments. JCAHO defines a hospital staff member as "any individual who is permitted by law and who is also permitted by the hospital to provide patient care services independently."
Criteria for Hospital Privileges designation:
Insurance Accepted identifies those psychologists with the the National Register credential (Registrants) who have additionally shown that they accepted healthcare/insurance plans.