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100 1  Rosenthal, Howard,|d1952- 
245 10 Before you see your first client :|b55 things counselors, 
       therapists, and human service workers need to know /
       |cHoward Rosenthal. 
260    New York :|bBrunner-Routledge,|c©2005. 
300    xiv, 155 pages ;|c23 cm 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|bn|2rdamedia 
338    volume|bnc|2rdacarrier 
500    Originally published: Holmes Beach, Fla. : Learning 
       Publications, Inc., ©1998. 
505 00 |g1.|tJoin forces with a psychiatrist to open a risk-free 
       private practice --|g2.|tDon't become married to a single 
       referral source --|g3.|tAccept the fact that salaries in 
       this field are often unfair --|g4.|tIt pays to be 
       assertive when you're shopping for your salary --|g5.
       |tManaged care panels often slam the door in your face --
       |g6.|tManaged care firms dictate who, when, and how --|g7.
       |tmulticultural diversity secret : you can work with a 
       wider range of people than you think --|g8.|tNever give 
       any client information without a signed release-of-
       information form --|g9.|tYou must use a DSM or ICD 
       diagnosis to secure third-party payments --|g10.
       |tinsurance superbill must have your name as the provider 
       --|g11.|tLecturing may not flood your waiting room with 
       clients --|g12.|tReferrals received do not determine how 
       many new clients you actually see --|g13.|tManaged care 
       companies discriminate against some counseling and 
       psychotherapy theories --|g14.|tRefer severely distributed
       clients for a medical or psychiatric evaluation --|g15.
       |tFind out whether the psychological and psycho-
       educational test reports you receive are individualized --
       |g16.|tDon't be misled by clients who initially put you on
       a pedestal --|g17.|tMost professional certifications won't
       help you secure insurance payments --|g18.|tDon't use 
       paradoxical interventions with suicidal and homicidal 
       clients --|g19.|tConduct a suicide assessment of each 
       initial client --|g20.|tDon't try to clone your favorite 
       therapist --|g21.|tWhen in doubt, use a person-centered 
       response --|g22.|tRead ethical guidelines before you even 
       so much as hug a client --|g23.|tDon't rush to therapeutic
       judgment until you get all the facts --|g24.|tnumber one 
       therapeutic blunder : confronting sooner than later --
       |g25.|tYou are not a failure if you don't land your dream 
       job --|g26.|tYour supervisor's knowledge and experience 
       should not be underestimated --|g27.|tUse verbiage your 
       client will understand --|g28.|tBe a better helper by 
       networking with others in the field --|g29.
       |tGrandfathering : the fast track for snaring licenses and
       certifications --|g30.|tUse free advertising to build your
       agency or practice --|g31.|tHelpers are mandated child-
       abuse reporters --|g32.|tBeyond confidentiality : 
       professional counselors and therapists have a duty to warn
       --|g33.|tIf you want to work in a public school, contact 
       the Department of Education --|g34.|tDon't let a day from 
       hell in court lower your professional self-esteem --|g35.
       |tSave your course catalogs to invest in your future --
       |g36.|tEnhance sessions by adjusting group treatment 
       exercises and using small talk --|g37.|tIf a client was 
       disappointed with the previous helper find out why --|g38.
       |tUse caution when considering the "in" diagnosis --|g39.
       |tDon't go into this field to recount old war stories 
       about your own recovery --|g40.|tDon't become married to a
       single system of psychotherapy --|g41.|tBe enthusiastic if
       you want to be a better workshop presenter --|g42.|tDon't 
       try to clone your favorite mental health lecturer --|g43.
       |tIf a client you have been seeing for an extended period 
       of time requests marriage, family or couples therapy, 
       consider a referral to another therapist --|g44.|tBe 
       prepared to change therapeutic strategies at a moment's 
       notice --|g45.|tDocumentation : the royal road to 
       promotion --|g46.|tAvoid dual relationships like the 
       plague --|g47.|tInsider tips for a good cover letter and 
       human service resume --|g48.|tIf you are daydreaming, your
       client will perceive you as an uninterested helper --|g49.
       |tPick a theory of intervention and a job your believe in 
       --|g50.|tDespite the pitfalls, make friends with the media
       to promote yourself and your agency --|g51.|tWriting a 
       book or starting a project? : ask your agency first --
       |g52.|tYour employment and credentials determine what you 
       pay for malpractice insurance --|g53.|tPrivate practice is
       not a panacea for everything that ails you --|g54.|tSteer 
       clear of false memory syndrome --|g55.|tCreate an 
       emotional trophy closet to help you through a bad day. 
520    Before You See Your First Client begins where courses, 
       workshops, training seminars, and textbooks leave off, 
       providing a behind-the-scenes look at the fields of 
       therapy, counseling and human services. Dr. Howard 
       Rosenthal offers his readers ideas for the implementation,
       improvement, and expansion of one's mental health 
       practice. Each of 55 chapters provides information 
       regarding clinical work and policy issues on topics such 
       as opening a risk-free private practice, maximizing one's 
       salary, resume-building, ethical issues of advertising & 
       marketing, managed care, billing, confidentiality, and 
       malpractice policy rates. Stand-alone chapters allow the 
       reader to easily find a topic of particular interest for a
       quick overview of the issue, followed by worthwhile tips 
       and advice. 
650  0 Mental health counseling|xPractice. 
650  0 Counseling|xPractice. 
650  0 Psychotherapy|xPractice. 
650  0 Mental health counseling|xVocational guidance. 
650  0 Counseling|xVocational guidance. 
650  0 Psychotherapy|xVocational guidance. 
650  7 Counseling.|2rasuqam 
650  7 Orientation professionnelle.|2rasuqam 
650  7 Pratique professionnelle.|2rasuqam 
650  7 Psychothérapie.|2rasuqam 
650  7 Santé mentale.|2rasuqam 
650  7 Counseling|xPractice.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst00881230 
650  7 Counseling|xVocational guidance.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst00881248
650  7 Mental health counseling|xPractice.|2fast
650  7 Psychotherapy|xPractice.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst01081785 
650  7 Psychotherapy|xVocational guidance.|2fast
650 12 Counseling.|0(DNLM)D003376 
650 22 Psychotherapy.|0(DNLM)D011613 
856 42 |3Publisher description|u
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