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Depending upon which study you read, between 20 and 57% of psychotherapy patients do not return after their initial session. Another 37 to 45% only attend therapy twice. A follow-up study on dropouts found most clinicians had no idea why their patients had terminated, whereas their clients could define very specific "therapeutic errors." Clients who drop out early displayDepending upon which study you read, between 20 and 57% of psychotherapy patients do not return after their initial session. Another 37 to 45% only attend therapy twice. A follow-up study on dropouts found most clinicians had no idea why their patients had terminated, whereas their clients could define very specific "therapeutic errors." Clients who drop out early display poor treatment outcomes, over-utilize mental health services, and demoralize clinicians. It doesn't have to be that way Well-researched strategies reduce dropout rates and increase positive treatment outcomes. How to Fail as a Therapist details the 50 most common errors therapists make, and how to avoid them. Therapists will learn practical, helpful steps for avoiding such common errors as not recognizing one's limitations, performing incomplete assessments, ignoring science, ruining the client relationship, setting improper boundaries, terminating improperly, therapist burnout, and more....

Title : How to Fail as a Therapist: 50 Ways to Lose or Damage Your Patients
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ISBN : 9781886230705
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 144 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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How to Fail as a Therapist: 50 Ways to Lose or Damage Your Patients Reviews

  • Aaron Lozano
    2019-03-30 01:02

    I really love these books that offer realistic problems and brief, plausible solutions not only for the up and coming therapist, but also the established and everyone in between. One note to the authors...Johnny Wooden? Never heard him called that before!

  • Olwen
    2019-04-23 07:51

    Don't be put off by the title - this is a basic, easy to read text that goes over the basic principles of client care. Fabulous as a refresher.