Selected Publications – Periodicals

Thomas, J. T. (2016, March). The integrative developmental model of supervision: Updated, consolidated, and demonstrated. PsycCRITIQUES, 61, Article 3.

Thomas, J. T. (2015, July/August). Ethical considerations for clinical supervisors. The National Psychologist, 24, 11.

Thomas, J. T. (2015, March/April). Closing an independent practice: Practical, ethical, and clinical dimensions. The National Psychologist, 24, 16.

Domenech Rodriguez, M. M., Cornish, J. A., Thomas, J. T., Forrest, L., Anderson, A., Bow, J. N. (2014). Ethics education in professional psychology: A survey of APA accredited programs. Training and Education in Professional Psychology, 8, 241-247.

Thomas, J. T. (2014). Disciplinary supervision following ethics complaints: Goals, tasks, and ethical dimensions. Journal of Clinical Psychology: In Session, 70, 1104-1114.

Thomas, J. T. (2012, May/June). Ethical dimensions of clinical supervision: What supervisors need to know. The National Psychologist, 21, 8.

Thomas, J. T. (2011, November/December). Book review: A valuable resource for practitioners. Minnesota Psychologist, 60, 17.

Thomas, J. T. (2007). Informed consent through contracting for supervision: Minimizing risks, enhancing benefits. Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, 38, 221–231.

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Thomas, J. T. (2005). Licensing board complaints: Minimizing the impact on the psychologist’s defense and clinical practice. Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, 36, 426–433.

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Thomas, J. T. (2003, November). Psychologists’ records: Common errors and strategies for avoiding them. Minnesota Psychologist, 52, 7–12.

Thomas, J. T. (2001, January). Psychologists facing board complaints: Common experiences and responses. Minnesota Psychologist, 50, 1, 5–8.

Thomas, J. T. (2000, Spring). Providing consultation for colleagues. Georgia Psychologist, 54, 21.

Thomas, J. T. (2000, January). Between-session communication with clients: Ethics, telephones, and e-mail. Psychogram: The Voice of Professional Clinical Psychology Within the Commonwealth of Virginia, 25, 23.

Thomas, J. T. (1999, May). Psychology in the millennium, Part IV: Between session communications with clients: Ethics, telephones, and e-mail. Minnesota Psychologist, 48, 12–15.

Thomas, J. T. (1999, January). Psychology in the millennium: The ethics of communicating with clients using telephone technologies. Minnesota Psychologist, 48, 10–14.

Thomas, J. T. (1998, September). Psychology in the millennium: Ethical challenges and new technologies. Minnesota Psychologist, 47, 3–4.

Thomas, J. T. (1995, March). MPA ethics committee fields record number of inquiries for third consecutive year, Minnesota Psychologist, 44, 1, 6–7.

Thomas, J. T. (1994, September). Mandated reports of ethics violations: What psychologists need to know, Minnesota Psychologist, 43, 5–8.

Thomas, J. T. (1994, May). The 1992 APA ethical principles of psychologists and code of conduct: Reflections on one year of application in Minnesota, Minnesota Psychologist, 43, 3–5.

Gilbert, S. P., Schuchman, H. & Thomas, J. T., (1993, November). Ethical considerations in teaching psychological assessment, Minnesota Psychologist, 42, 13.

Thomas, J. (1993, July). APA issues a policy statement in response to MPA Ethics Committee’s inquiry regarding supervised administration of the MMPI & MMPI-2. Minnesota Psychologist, 43, 1.

Thomas, J. T. (1993, July). Inquiries to the ethics committee focus on dual relationship and confidentiality dilemmas. Minnesota Psychologist, 42, 9–10.

Thomas, J. T. (1993, July). Another viewpoint: Controversy over the need for supervised administration of the MMPI & MMPI-2: APA ethics committee responds. Washington Psychologist, 42, 5, 7.

Thomas, J. T. (1993, May). Controversy over the need for supervised administration of the MMPI & MMPI-2: APA Ethics Office responds. Minnesota Psychologist, 42, 3.

Thomas, J. T. (1993, January). Ethical practice: Steps toward the prevention of avoidable mistakes. Minnesota Psychologist, 42, 3–4.

Thomas, J. T. (1992, September). Inquiries to the MPA Ethics Committee increasing. Minnesota Psychologist, 41, 17.

Thomas, J. T. (1992, May). Professional judgment and MMPI administration. Minnesota Psychologist, 41, 17.