Many practitioners consider setting up in private practice at some point in their career, whether full-time or alongside other employment. The Essential Skills for Setting Up a Counselling and Psychotherapy Practice provides comprehensive yet accessible coverage of all the major skills needed to succeed. Based on the authors' extensive experience, this book provides a valuable insight into how to minimise the risks associated with working privately, offering practical advice on how to keep a balance between self-development, personal health and meeting the needs of clients, whilst maintaining high standards and making a reasonable living. Acknowledging the fact that being a good therapist may not, in itself, be sufficient to be successful in self-employment, the authors discuss the need for sound business skills, professional development, self-knowledge and motivation. Divided into three sections, the book covers all the essential business, professional and personal skills and includes discussion of subjects such as insurance, finance, legal issues, marketing, stress management, security and retirement planning. The focus on skills and how to acquire and develop them makes this book an invaluable reference for all mental health professionals who are considering setting up their own private practice. This book will prove to be an invaluable reference for all mental health professionals who are considering setting up their own private practice.Alternatively, you may have a chequebook account with a building society, but if you have a lot of transactions this may not be ... Fee collection There is nothing to beat being paid on time; therefore we would advise that clients pay by cash oranbsp;...
|Title||:||The Essential Skills for Setting Up a Counselling and Psychotherapy Practice|
|Author||:||Gladeana McMahon, Stephen Palmer, Christine Wilding|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2013-12-19|