How to Fail as a Therapist: 50+ Ways to Lose Or Damage Your Patients (Google eBook)

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Impact Publishers, 2010 - Psychology - 169 pages
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'How to fail as a therapist' is an indispensable guide that includes more case examples and adds seven ways 'to fail' with child patients.
  

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About the author (2010)

Professor of psychology at Chapman University and a clinical psychologist in private practice. He has authored dozens of journal articles, several books, including HOW TO FAIL AS A THERAPIST, and made hundreds of presentations to scientific societies.

Arnold A. Lazarus, PhD, ABPP, is a Fellow of the Academy of Clinical Psychology and holds the rank of Distinguished Professor of Psychology at Rutgers University. Previously, he served on the faculties of Stanford University, Temple University Medical School, and Yale University, where he was director of clinical training. A former president of several professional associations and societies, he has received many honors and awards for his contributions to clinical theory and therapy. These include the Distinguished Service Award from the American Board of Professional Psychology, the prestigious Cummings PSYCHE Award, and two Lifetime Achievement Awards (California Psychological Association and the Association for Advancement of Behavior Therapy). With 18 books and more than 250 professional and scientific articles to his credit, Dr. Lazarus is widely recognized as an international authority on effective and efficient psychotherapy.

His interest in examining the impact of licensing boards and ethics committees was spawned circa 1993 when two of his colleagues were severely censured by state licensing boards for transcending minor boundaries.

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