In accordance with state laws governing the practice of psychology, it is mandatory for Psychologists to provide certain legal notices and postings on their websites or in their offices. These notifications serve to provide vital information to consumers, ensuring transparency and promoting ethical practices. These postings empower consumers with essential knowledge, fostering trust and accountability within the therapeutic relationship, and enabling individuals to make informed decisions about their mental health care. Please see the following listings for additional information.
Notice To California Consumers
The Department of Consumer Affair’s Board of Psychology receives and responds to questions and complaints regarding the practice of psychology. If you have questions or complaints, you may contact the board by email at [email protected], on the Internet at www.psychology.ca.gov, by calling 1-866-503-3221, or by writing to the following address: Board of Psychology 1625 North Market Boulevard, Suite –215 Sacramento, California, 95834
Notice to Texas and PSYPACT Consumers
The Texas Behavioral Health Executive Council investigates and prosecutes professional misconduct committed by psychologists licensed in Texas and corresponding PSYPACT states. Dr. Learn’s registered Home State through the PSYPACT Commission is Texas. Although not every complaint against or dispute with a licensee involves professional misconduct, the Executive Council will provide you with information about how to file a complaint. Please call 1-800-821-3205 for more information.
Verification of PSYPACT Authorization
Notice of Privacy Practices
This notice describes how psychological and medical information about you may be used and disclosed and how you can get access to or amend this information according to law. Please click here for the current Notice of Privacy Practices.
Telehealth and General Informed Consent
Informed Consent is a process that involves initial paperwork and an on-going conversation between the patient and provider during the course of psychotherapy. Informed consent helps the patient make appropriate decisions about participation in the proposed or on-going course of treatment. Please click here for Dr. Learns current Informed Consent documentation. Please be advised that legal and ethical considerations change over time so be sure to review this page regularly for any updates or changes to the Informed Consent document. I will also provide you with a copy upon request.