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When did the notion of competence within the profession of psychology begin?

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in the 1990s

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From where did the competency movement begin?

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The competency movement began when there was a focus on standardising doctoral programs

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When did competence come to focus in the field of professional psychology

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At the Arizona competence conference in 2002

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What was the goal of the competence conference in Arizona in 2002?

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CONSENSUS - The goal was to establish consensus in regard to the common competencies in psychology and based on that specifying and outline the domains and levels of competence.

DEVELOP MODELS - The conference paved the way for development in competency models and all frameworks such as the competency test assessment toolkit, the competency cube and competency model

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What are some facts about the competency cube?

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2005

Highlighted to domains of competency: functional competency and foundational competency

Functional competency, acquired through experience and skills such as case conceptualisation supervision research evaluation and intervention.

Foundational competency include skill such a scientific knowledge of methods, reflective practice, interdisciplinary systems.

The model takes on a developmental approach and machines that the two domains develop from each other – that is, foundational skills are the ground work needed for psychologist to develop functional skills

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What does RIDERS AISCRM stand for

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Foundational:
Reflective Practice
Interdisciplinary Systems
Diversity - Individual and cultural 
Ethical and Legal Standards
Relationships
Scientific Knowledge and Methods
Functional: 
Assessment/Diagnosis/Conceptualisation
Intervention
Supervision/Teaching
Consultation
Research/Evaluation
Management/Administration
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What are some facts about the Competancy Assessment Toolkit?

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2009

Developed to assess student and practitioner competencies

Offers methods that psychs can include in their assessments of competency - e.g. 360 degree evaluations, annual views, consumer surveys, case presentation reviews.

Suggests that NO SINGLE STRATEGY can assess components of all competencies.

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What does O’Donovan et al say are the THREE critical elements to therapeutic change?

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ARA - being in the ARA means I am making change

Alliance
Rationale/Viable Explanation
Activities and tasks consistent with explanation