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In the ‘Ethical Principles of Psychologists and Code of Conduct”, the APA clearly states that “Psychologists do not solicit testimonials from current therapy clients/patients or other persons who, because of their particular circumstances, are vulnerable to undue influence.”
Asking a patient to do something for my benefit changes the relationship. And while the ethical code talks about “current clients/patients”, I believe that anyone who has ever been my client/patient deserves the same protections and ethical considerations, forever.
What you can find here are reviews from other professionals who have worked with me closely over the years:
“I have collaborated and consulted with Dr. Young for nearly 15 years. In that time, I have known her to be a compassionate, insightful, reflective, and highly skilled clinician who is able to help her patients feel empowered toward positive change and emotional growth. She represents the very best in our field, and I am proud to call her my colleague.”
Howard Markus, Ph.D., CGP, NYS Licensed Psychologist
“I had the pleasure of working closely with Dr. Elizabeth Young over a period of several years. I have found Dr. Young to be one of the most thoughtful, caring, and knowledgeable clinicians I know. She maintains a perfect balance of empathy and professionalism. I would not hesitate to recommend her to my family or to my closest friends.”
George S. Nasra, MD, MBA, Professor of Clinical Psychiatry, University of Rochester Medical Center