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Record Keeping in Psychotherapy and Counseling: Protecting Confidentiality and the Professional Relationship ePub download

by Ellen T. Luepker

  • Author: Ellen T. Luepker
  • ISBN: 0415892619
  • ISBN13: 978-0415892612
  • ePub: 1341 kb | FB2: 1886 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Social Sciences
  • Publisher: Routledge; 2 edition (February 5, 2012)
  • Pages: 326
  • Rating: 4.4/5
  • Votes: 128
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Record Keeping in Psychotherapy and Counseling: Protecting Confidentiality and the Professional Relationship ePub download

Ellen Luepker has finally made practical common sense out of the thicket of clinical, ethical, and legal . Hubert H. Humphrey III, . former Minnesota Attorney General.

Ellen Luepker has finally made practical common sense out of the thicket of clinical, ethical, and legal requirements for record-keeping. With HIPAA implementation just around the corner, this should be on the 'must read' list of every practitioner!. former Minnesota Attorney General

Xiv, 242 pages ; 23 cm. Includes bibliographical references (pages 179-183) and index. Purposes of clinical records - Documenting informed consent - Characteristics and contents of good records - Confidentiality and its exceptions - Policies and.

Xiv, 242 pages ; 23 cm.

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11 Teaching Record Keeping

11 Teaching Record Keeping. 185. 13 Planning for Interruptions or Closures of Psychotherapy Practices. Ellen T. Luepker, MSW, BCD, is a licensed psychologist and clinical social worker in private practice, and an instructor in the University of Minnesota School of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry. She provides training to mental health professionals nationally and abroad on ethical issues and consultation to regulatory boards and attorneys regarding malpractice cases.

Record Keeping in Psychotherapy and Counseling. More than a simple reference book, this text introduces the concept of using records as therapeutic tools to strengthen the therapeutic relationship and facilitate clinical supervision

Record Keeping in Psychotherapy and Counseling. Record Keeping in Psychotherapy and Counseling provides an essential framework for understanding record keeping within legal, ethical, supervisory, and clinical contexts. More than a simple reference book, this text introduces the concept of using records as therapeutic tools to strengthen the therapeutic relationship and facilitate clinical supervision. Appendices and an accompanying CD offer sample forms.

Ellen Luepker’s work provides a remarkably complete and readable volume on the current processes concerned with clinical record-keeping and confidentiality. Whether a student, teacher or clinician, this book is a must-have resource for practice information

Ellen Luepker’s work provides a remarkably complete and readable volume on the current processes concerned with clinical record-keeping and confidentiality. Whether a student, teacher or clinician, this book is a must-have resource for practice information.

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Protecting Confidentiality of Different Client Populations IV. Handling 3rd Party Requests for Records V. Summary Chapter 6. .

Authors: Ellen T Luepker.

Record keeping in psychotherapy and counseling: Protecting confidentiality and the professional relationship. Confidentiality is the undisputed cornerstone of the therapeutic process. This text meets the increasing obligation practitioners have to protect their patients while protecting their practices. Drawing on her wealth of experience accumulated over years of practice, supervising and consulting with numerous practitioners on record keeping issues, the author provides valuable and practical tips along with sound general advice.

Record Keeping in Psychotherapy and Counseling provides an essential framework for understanding record keeping within legal, ethical, supervisory, and clinical contexts. Compelling case examples identify dilemmas and strategies in protecting confidentiality. More than a simple reference book, this text introduces the concept of using records as therapeutic tools to strengthen the therapeutic relationship and facilitate clinical supervision. Appendices and an accompanying CD offer sample forms. A reader-friendly style makes this new edition appropriate for undergraduate and graduate students. New material on electronic records, the impact of electronic communication, and practitioners’ experiences with implementing the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act bring this book up to date. Everyone from students to seasoned practitioners will continue to rely on it for protecting themselves, their patients, and their trainees.
Stanober
I was not able to download this book to either of my laptops or to my kindle device. I am very unhappy about this as I wanted the book for some study purposes today and tomorrow. Please check to see what is happening. I have given the command to download to Mary's Mac, Mary's MacBook 2 and Mary's kindle. None of these is working. What is going on.
I ALSO WAS NOT ABLE TO DOWNLOAD IN THE REALM OF HUNGRY GHOSTS TO MY KINDLE OR TO MY LAPTOPS. THIS IS THE FIRST EXPERIENCE OF THIS KIND. IT SAYS THAT THE BOOKS ARE DELIVERED TO THE DEVICES BUT THEY ARE NOT OPENABLE AND DID NOT DOWNLOAD.
Ceroelyu
I refer to it often! This book was recommended by an attorney i9n a Seattle area ethics and paperwork training this past year (2015).
Rocky Basilisk
excellent summary of all that one must do to be ethical in the practice of therapy. Good book to use as a basic resource
Ckelond
Good resource for psychotherapist's documenting and record keeping. A bit minimalist - that is, the author doesn't give a lot of details but just gets right to the points without a lot of fluff. Gives facts and examples which is great. This is a rather dry topic so to keep it simple and short is a great idea. She touches on just about every area so it really is a comprehensive resource. I was a little concerned that it would be out of date as HIPAA requirements are an ever changing landscape but I was surprised to find that it was mostly current with a few exceptions (see below).

Some concerns I encountered: (1) she talks about using Skype. I'm not sure if she's using the term "Skype" as a catch all term for video conferencing (like someone would use "googling" for "Internet search") or if she really means using Skype software. Either way Skype isn't HIPAA compliant so it concerns me that an author writing about psychotherapy documentation could suggest the use of a non HIPAA compliant software application. (2) there's no talk of collateral informed consent. I was hoping to get some examples of collateral informed consent.
Brajind
As a psychologist in private practice, I found this book indispensable. I'm sure that would be equally true for someone in any one of the mental health professions. The thing was, I clearly needed to know more about the "paperwork" aspects of therapy practice that I hadn't learned in my graduate work. But I imagined that a book about record-keeping would be dry and dull, and of course I was more interested in reading about clinical work. Fortunately, I found Ellen Luepker's book and was pleasantly surprised that it was not dull at all. It is well organized and well-written, in an engaging, lively style that makes it very enjoyable to read. She uses lots of clinical illustrations that make all the principles understandable and stimulate clear thinking about how to apply them in your own situation.

Confidentiality is at the heart of clinical practice, and it is also at the heart of the book. It is as much a book about professional ethics as about records, and it becomes clear how these issues are intertwined.

In the latest edition, the issues brought up by the use of various electronic forms of communication are discussed with the same clarity as the earlier book. Additional areas of concern, such as closing out a practice in retirement or illness, have been added as well.

I wish I could have read this book as a text in a grad school course on professional practice. For those of us who missed that opportunity, it still adds a great deal of richly useful and important information to that which we have picked up along the way for ourselves. And for practitioners nearing retirement, it offers some of the most thoughtful advice available anywhere.
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