Ireland Why psychologists are on strike again on Tuesday, September 28th?
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They had already mobilized on June 10th. Psychologists will again demonstrate, on Tuesday, September 28, throughout France. While being held on Monday and Tuesday, the foundation of mental health, they consider themselves "threatened" by government measures.
Theemerged particularly shaken from the sanitary crisis. epidemic has put a spotlight on the psychic disorders, which currently suffer more than 12 million French people.
Isolation, anxieties and intra-family violence athave generated new suffering.
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felt forgotten from the, psychologists (they are about 70,000 in France) , notably to protest against new regulations put in place by the government.
the tariff of the sessions crisps psychologists
the creation of a "psychic check" to support studentsThey had estimated this announcement "package" 100% Child Psy "
"precipitated" while they were in negotiation with the ministry for more than a year.Above all, it is the repayment rate that worries professionals. The tariff of 22 €, recommended by the Court of Auditors in a report published in February, had already led to protests, while the average of the tariffs of consultation oscillates, in general, between 50 to 60 €.
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Psychologists therefore refuse a refund
"indecent" of the health insurance, explains to the AFP the Secretary General of the National Psychologists Union (SNP), Patrick Ange Raoult, which also castigates the price of 30 € currently tested for half an hour of consultation. Half an hour that appears, for many professionals, as a lack of sustainable duration.Guaranteeing free access
Emmanuel Macronthese sessions are subject to a medical prescription. a refund of their consultations by the security to lift the brake financial. But professionals also fear that
"It would be catastrophic for the profession," according to his Secretary General, Patrick Ange Raoult."Wanting to put in place a medical prescription at the origin of a psychologist's session is not only an administrative heaviness but it is also considering as unable to define what is necessary for the patient",
insists Patrick Angel Raoult. The unions thus denounce a path of the patient who is more like an obstacle course.
The fear of a tutelage
finally, the unions of psychologists denounce a decree of March which"reduces in a caricaturally and unacceptable manner the skills of psychologists who intervene with children with certain disorders of development".
They are finally worried about a bill to create an order of psychologists"who would participate in their guardianship.
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