How to Get Along with Big Brother : Surviving Managed Mental Health Care in the 21st Century
This work covers the theory and practice of short-term therapy. The text deals with patient confidentiality, outlines specific psychotherapeutic techniques with alternatives, and provides sample forms for patient files and treatment reports, as well as highlighting incidents of managed care abuse.
- Hardback | 415 pages
- 158.8 x 233.7 x 27.7mm | 734.83g
- 01 May 1997
- Jason Aronson Inc. Publishers
- Northvale NJ, United States
- bibliography, index
Back cover copy
This book describes the changes brought by managed mental health care and tells how to adapt to them, whether by choosing to work within managed care, outside of managed care, or in a combination of the two. It addresses the essential issue faced by psychotherapists today: how to maintain professional integrity while protecting income in the world of managed care. - from the prologue.