The Therapist's Starter Guide: Setting Up and Building Your Practice, Working with Clients, and Managing Professional Growth

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Wiley, Oct 10, 2008 - Psychology - 320 pages
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Understand all the aspects of beginning and sustaining a therapeutic practice with The Therapist's Starter Guide: Setting Up and Building Your Practice, Working with Clients, and Managing Professional Growth, a practical, hands-on guide to professional fulfillment and business success. If you’re a new practitioner or seek to grow your practice, this book will provide you with the skills you need to succeed, thrive and grow professionally and personally. Equip yourself with the knowledge you need to transition to a new job or to begin your own practice.

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Mark Lanci, MSW, is a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker who has worked in a variety of settings including an inpatient psychiatric center, the community mental health system and private practice as well as being the District Manager for a large, nonprofit healthcare organization, where he oversaw the behavioral healthcare provided by a network of independent contracted practitioners.

Anne Spreng, MEd, has been a counselor in a number of organizations, including a runaway shelter, a home for pregnant teens, a tenant support program, an adolescent day treatment program, an inpatient residential treatment program with children and adolescents as well as a behavioral health case manager for a large, nonprofit healthcare care organization. She is currently in private practice.

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