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Cover of the California Psychologist magazineThe California Psychologist
March / April - Volume 45, Number 2

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

FEATURE ARTICLES

6 A Private Mind: Holding On To a Sense of Privacy
Michael B. Donner, PhD

10 Do You Know Who I Know? Privacy Among Clients of Diverse Backgrounds
Michi Fu, PhD and Shannen Vong, MA

14 Will Confidentiality Survive Death?
Mary Harb Sheets, PhD

22 If Your Client Is Involved in Family Court, Now There’s a Road Map!
Lyn R. Greenberg, PhD and Hon. Dianna Gould-Saltman

OTHER ARTICLES

18 2012 CPA Convention Information

28 What Do Graduate Students Think About Their Diversity Courses?
Sebastian Berrin, PsyD, Rhoda Olkin, PhD and Daniel O. Taube, JD, PhD

29 The ECP and the Ethics of Privacy in Medical Settings
Lovingly Quitania Park, PhD

34 Important Board of Psychology News
Amanda Levy and Charles Faltz, PhD

36 The Relocation Conversation - It’s Harder than You Think
Morton H. Shaevitz, PhD, ABPP and Jennifer Fowler, BA

IN EVERY ISSUE

3 FROM THE GUEST EDITOR
Privacy and Ethics
Bram Fridhandler, PhD

4 FROM THE PRESIDENT
Spring Is in the Air

Craig Lareau, JD, PhD, ABPP

5 FROM THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
Waiting to Welcome Spring

Jo Linder-Crow, PhD

25 PSYCHOLOGY AND LAW
A Child May Claim the Psychotherapist-Patient Privilege, Even Over the Objections of a  Parent
Jack P. Lipton, PhD, Esq.

27 ETHICS CORNER
Making the Call: Some Parting Reflections
Valerie B. Jordon, PhD

30 CHAPTER & VERSE

32 NEW MEMBERS

35 CLASSIFIEDS 

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