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Documenting Psychotherapy : Essentials for Mental Health Practitioners

Documenting Psychotherapy : Essentials for Mental Health Practitioners - 98 edition

ISBN13: 978-0803946927

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ISBN13: 978-0803946927
ISBN10: 0803946929
Cover type: Paperback
Edition/Copyright: 98
Publisher: Sage Publications, Inc.
Published: 1998
International: No

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Documenting Psychotherapy : Essentials for Mental Health Practitioners - 98 edition

ISBN13: 978-0803946927

Mary E. Moline, George T. Williams and Kenneth M. Austin

ISBN13: 978-0803946927
ISBN10: 0803946929
Cover type: Paperback
Edition/Copyright: 98
Publisher: Sage Publications, Inc.

Published: 1998
International: No
Summary

Avoid malpractice for keeping inadequate records and be prepared to respond to a professional peer review by using Documenting Psychotherapy, a practical volume that examines what is necessary in order to keep adequate records that meet current standards of care. This highly readable volume explores issues such as the limits of confidentiality, retention and disposition of records, documentation of safety issues, client access to records, treatment of minors, and the clinical record as it pertains to working with individuals, family couples and groups, as well as supervision and training issues are discussed in detail. Legal cases, vignettes and professional commentary are used throughout the book in order to help guide the reader in thinking through legal and ethical situations.

Documenting Psychotherapy belongs on the book shelf of every mental health practitioner and will prove invaluable to professionals in clinical/counseling psychology, social work, psychology, interpersonal violence, and nursing.

Author Bio

Moline, Mary E. : Loma Linda University


Williams, George T. : The Citadel, the Military College of South Carolina


Austin, Kenneth M. : Loma Linda University

Table of Contents

Preface


I. The Importance of Record Keeping in Psychotherapy

1. Protecting the Client and the Therapist
2. Limits of Confidentiality

II. The Clinical Record

3. Contents of Good Record
4. Families, Couples, and Group Psychotherapy
5. Supervision and Training

III. Documentation of Safety Issues

6. Danger to Self
7. Danger to Others
8. Abuse

IV. Special Topics Relevant to Record Keeping

9. Treatment of Minors
10. Client Access to Records
11. Retention and Disposition of Records
12. Conclusions and Frequently Asked Questions

V. Appendixes

A. Legal Citations
B. Case Record Example
C. Progress Notes Example
D. Treatment Plan
E. Billing for Services
F. Consent Form
G. Consent Form for Audio
Video Recording
H. Fax Cover Letter Consent Form
I. Limits of Confidentiality Brochure for Clients
J. CaliforniaÆs Consent and Disclosure Requirements for Minors
K. Answers to Vignettes that are Included in Chapters
L. Ethical Codes Related to Record Keeping
M. Glossary of Legal Terms Pertaining to Psychotherapy

Bibliography
About the Authors