From the Other Side of the Couch: Candid Conversations with Psychiatrists and Psychologists

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Appendix A: The Instrument

Chapter One
How adequate do you feel your training was in preparing you for the "real world" practice? Examples?
Chapter Two
Describe your practice.
How do you set your fee schedule?
Do you offer sliding scale fees? If so, why? If not, why not?
How/Do you raise fees during the course of treatment?
Do you charge for missed appointments? Why? How much? or Why not?
Do/Would you use a collections agency to collect over-due fees? Why? Why not? Examples?
Have/Would you terminate with a patient who could not pay? Examples?
Do you ever provide pro bono services? Why? Why not? When? How often?

Chapter Three
What kind of case(s) is/are most memorable? Describe.
What was your most difficult case while in training/ When in practice? Why? What were the outcomes?
What was your most satisfying case while in training/ When in practice? Why? What were the outcomes?

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Table of contents

  • Recent Titles in Contributions in Psychology ii
  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Acknowledgments ix
  • Introduction xi
  • Chapter One - the Training 1
  • Chapter Two - the Practice 13
  • Chapter Three - Chapter Thr 31
  • Chapter Four - the Ethics 73
  • Chapter Five - the Profession 107
  • Chapter Six - the Personal 131
  • Appendix A: The Instrument 159
  • Appendix B: The Sample 163
  • References 167
  • Index 169
  • About the Author 173
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