A Guide to Psychology and its Practice



Psychological Practice Menu

To Become a Psychologist – advice for students

Boundaries – what makes healthy boundaries

Choosing a Psychologist – practical advice

Confidentiality – practices and laws

Consumer Rights and Office Policies – what you should know before starting psychotherapy

Honesty in Psychological Treatment – the therapeutic relationship

Legal Issues – insanity, lying, malingering, and truth

The Limits of Psychology – ethics, politics, and desire

Managed Care and Insurance – cautions

Other Applications of Psychology – besides psychotherapy

Psychological Testing – benefits and cautions

Psychology: Clinical and Counseling – the differences; licensing issues

Psychology and Psychiatry – the differences

Questions and Answers about the Psychotherapy Process

Termination of Psychotherapy – practical advice

Types of Psychological Treatment – theories and practical approaches

 

 
A Guide to Psychology and its Practice

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