Handbook of Private Practice

Keys to Success for Mental Health Practitioners
 
 
Oxford University Press
  • 1. Auflage
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  • erschienen am 13. März 2017
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  • 592 Seiten
 
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978-0-19-067188-4 (ISBN)
 
Handbook of Private Practice is the premier resource for mental health clinicians, covering all aspects of developing and maintaining a successful private practice. Written for graduate students considering the career path of private practice, professionals wanting to transition into private practice, and current private practitioners who want to improve their practice, this book combines the overarching concepts needed to take a mental health practice (whether solo or in a group) from inception, through its lifespan. From envisioning your practice, to accounting and bookkeeping, hiring staff, managing the practice, and running the business of the practice, a diverse group of expert authors describe the practical considerations and steps to take to enhance your success. Chapters cover marketing, dealing with insurance and managed care, and how to choose your advisors. Ethics and risk management are integrated throughout the text with a special section also devoted to these issues and strategies. The last section features 26 niche practices in which expert practitioners describe their special area of practice and discuss important issues and aspects of their specialty practice. These areas include assessment and evaluation, specialized psychotherapy services, working with unique populations of clients, and more. Whether read cover-to-cover or used as a reference to repeatedly come back to when a question or challenge arises, this book is full of practical guidance directly geared to psychologists, counselors, social workers, and marriage and family therapists in independent practice.
  • Englisch
  • 2,94 MB
978-0-19-067188-4 (9780190671884)
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Steven Walfish, Ph.D., was a licensed psychologist and had been in independent practice in Atlanta since 2002. He was also a Founding Partner of The Practice Institute, LLC. He had been the Editor of the Independent Practitioner and Practice Innovations and served on the Editorial Boards of several journals. He published in the areas of substance abuse, weight loss surgery, and professional training and practice. He was a Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Emory University School of Medicine where he supervised postdoctoral fellows. Jeffrey E. Barnett, Psy.D., ABPP, is a licensed psychologist as well as a Professor of Psychology and Associate Dean at Loyola University Maryland. For over 30 years he has been actively engaged in contributing to and advancing the mental health professions. As a scholar in ethics, legal, and professional practice issues, he has published ten books and more than 200 articles and chapters and has given over 300 conference presentations and workshops, and he has mentored hundreds of students and junior colleagues in the business of private practice. Jeffrey Zimmerman, Ph.D., ABPP, is a licensed psychologist (Connecticut and New York) and has been in independent practice for about 35 years. He returned to solo practice in 2007 after serving as founding and managing partner of a group practice for 22 years. Dr. Zimmerman provides training and consultation to mental health practices, is a founding partner of The Practice Institute, LLC, and is editor of Practice Innovations. Since 1988 he has been an Assistant Clinical Professor, Department of Psychiatry, School of Medicine, University of Connecticut, Farmington, CT, and has authored numerous books, chapters, and articles on practice management and niche practices.
Section 1 Private Practice Essentials Beginning in Practice 1 Is Private Practice for You? Key Information and Considerations for Success Jeffrey E. Barnett and Jeffrey Zimmerman 2 Models of Private Practice: Which Practice is Best? Jeffrey Zimmerman 3 Start-Up Finances Chris Stout and Grace Wang 4 Insurance Needs of the Private Practitioner Martin G. Tracy and Jana N. Martin 5 Typical Forms Used in a Private Practice Don Wiger 6 Record Keeping in Private Practice Eric Drogin and James Armontrout 7 Measuring Clinical Progress with the OQ-45 in a Private Practice Setting Michael J. Lambert 8 Entrepreneurship Basics for Practitioners Laurie K. Baedke 9 Envisioning Your Ideal Practice Dave Verhaagen 10 Developing a Business Plan Jesse Fairchild Managing Your Practice 11 Considerations in Acquiring Office Space Jeff Zimmerman and Steven Walfish 12 Psychotherapy Office Designs That Support Treatment Sally Augustin and Agneta Morelli 13 Technology Considerations in Running a Private Practice Ellen Belluomini 14 Issues in Hiring and Supervising Professional Staff and Support Personnel Craig Pohlman 15 Basic Bookkeeping and Accounting for the Private Practitioner Jeffrey Zimmerman and Diane Libby Practice Management Consultants 16 The Role of a CPA in Planning, Structuring, and Running a Private Practice Diane Libby 17 The Role of the Attorney in a Private Practice A. Steven Frankel 18 Financial Planning for the Private Practitioner Mary Gresham 19 Mentorship in the Life and Work of the Private Practitioner Brad Johnson The Business of Practice 20 Fees and Financial Arrangements in Private Practice Jeffrey E. Barnett 21 Effective Billing and Collecting Thomas Kozak and Andrea Kozak Miller 22 The Basics of Managed Care and Its Impact on Private Practice Gordon Herz 23 Challenges and Opportunities of Medicare Amy Rosett 24 Optimizing Customer Service in Private Practice Tiffany A. Garner and Jeffrey E. Barnett Growing a Practice 25 Issues in Developing and Joining a Group Practice Edward Wise 26 The Basics of Marketing Applied to Private Practice Pauline Wallin 27 The Use of the Media in Marketing a Private Practice Nancy A. McGarrah 28 The Use of Social Media in Marketing a Practice Heather Wittenberg 29 How to Promote Your Practice Through Community Presentations Eileen Kennedy-Moore and Elaine Ducharme Collaboration 30 Collaborating with Health Care Professionals Steven M. Tovian 31 Collaborating with Legal Professionals Eric Mart 32 Collaborating with the Educational Community Stephanie Mihalas and Lev Gottlieb 33 Consulting Psychology in the Business World Shirley A. Maides-Keane and Bernard J. Liebowitz Ethics and Legal Issues 34 Common Ethical Transgressions by Private Practitioners Gerry P. Koocher and Rachael L. Suffrin 35 Ethics Issues Regarding Supervision and Consultation in Private Practice Rodney K. Goodyear, Carol Falender, and Tony Rousmaniere 36 Malpractice Issues for the Private Practitioner David Shapiro and Jeffrey Younggren 37 HIPAA 101 for the Private Practitioner Laura Hecker 38 Ethical and Legal Aspects of the Practice of Teletherapy Sara Smucker Barnwell and Linda F. Campbell 39 Dealing with Third Parties: Legal and Ethical Considerations Joe Scroppo 40 Managing High-Risk Suicidal Clients in Private Practice Jeffrey C. Sung and David A. Jobes 41 Issues in Planned and Unplanned Disruptions in Clinical Practice A. Steven Frankel 42 Considerations in Closing a Private Practice Janet Thomas and Steve Walfish Special Issues 43 The Private Practitioner and Family Issues Lauren Behrman 44 Sustaining Self-Care and Thriving as a Private Practitioner Patricia A. Rupert and Ellen K. Baker 45 Stalking and Online Harassment of the Private Practitioner Aaron J. Kivisto and Hannah M. Paul 46 Continuing Education and Lifelong Learning Strategies Jennifer M. Taylor and Greg J. Neimeyer 47 How Social Policy Impacts Private Practice Catherine Ling, Sarah Huffman, and Patrick DeLeon Section 2 Niche Chapters Assessment and Evaluation Services 48 Child Custody Evaluations Allison B. Hill 49 Personal Injury Evaluations William E. Foote 50 Presurgical Bariatric Evaluations Caroljean Bongo 51 Evaluations for Testing Accommodations Robert L. Mapou 52 Assessment of Egg and Sperm Donors Adam J. Rodriguez Psychotherapy Services 53 Counseling Women with Breast Cancer Sandra Haber 54 Treating Anxiety Disorders Sally Winston and Steve Shearer 55 Treating Obsessive-Compulsive and Related Disorders Helen G. Jenne 56 Cognitive-Behavior Therapy for Hoarding Disorder Michael A. Tompkins 57 Treating Trauma and Abuse Elaine Ducharme 58 Intensive Outpatient Treatment for Eating Disorders Linda Paulk Buchanan 59 Assessment and Treatment of ADD Daniel Lennen 60 Counseling Asperger's Disorder Frank Gaskill 61 Counseling Deaf and Hard of Hearing Clients Barrie Morganstein 62 Counseling Clients with Borderline Personality Disorder Lauren Moffitt Edwards and Noelle Santorelli 63 Psychotherapy with College Students Rachel Smook 64 Beyond Lesbian and Gay: A Private Practice for Bisexual, Transgender, and Kinky Clients Geri D. Weitzman 65 Interracial Couples Therapy Kyle D. Killian 66 Psychotherapy with Interfaith Couples Susan S. Needles Other Services 67 Developing a Sport Psychology Practice Kate F. Hays 68 Social Skills (Competence) Training for Children and Adolescents Mary Karapetian Alvord and Lisa H. Berghorst 69 Behavioral Sleep Medicine Catherine C. Loomis 70 Collaborative Divorce Lisa Gabardi 71 Co-Parenting Annette Rotter 72 Treating Chronic Physical Illness Katherine S. Spencer 73 Dating Skills Coaching and Psychotherapy Jessica Engle Index

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