6 edition of Psychotherapy in Managed Health Care found in the catalog.
by Amer Psychological Assn
Written in English
|Contributions||William H. Berman (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||285|
The number of health insurance/managed care companies that pay for psychotherapy services has increased since the earliest days of psychotherapy. According to surveys of psychologists in private practice (e.g., Murphy et al., ), managed care companies have. Effects of Managed Mental Health Care on Attitudes of Psychotherapists About Their Work, Their Clients, and the Future of Psychotherapy Joan Lovell PhD & Annette Ehrlich PhD Pages:
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In providing a historical survey of the development of managed care, the authors state “If we in the mental health field had been clairvoyant and initiated regulatory and cost-cutting steps from within (an admittedly difficult thing to do), we might have held off the surge of managed care, but not necessarily” (Sperling et al., , p. 21). They will find here: a review of the major issues in counselling and psychotherapy in primary care a survey of the main psychotherapeutic approaches and the outcome evidence relating to their application in clinical practice a critical appraisal of the role of managed care and brief therapies in primary mental health care a useful, practical.
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Group Psychotherapy And Managed Mental Health Care: A Clinical Guide For Providers (Mental Health Practice Under Managed Care Book 2) - Kindle edition by Spitz, Henry I.
Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Group Psychotherapy And Managed Mental Health Care: Price: $ To Stay or Not to Stay in Managed Care a national risk management and health care consulting company, showed that inbehavioral care was four.
This book presents an optimistic view of the future of mental health work, while providing a balanced look at both sides of the managed care debate. Managed care is portrayed as part of an evolution requiring the participation of informed therapists. This book is persuasive and practical, providing convenient access to an enormous amount of Cited by: 4.
Bear in mind, however that if those offices have contracted with E.A.P.s (Employee Assistance Programs), managed care, or other provider lists, then you are not getting a personal recommendation; you are getting the therapist’s name who is on the list and who works for the approved company.
M Burton. ( pages, £) John Wiley & Sons Ltd, ISBN Mary Burton is a clinical psychologist and UKCP-registered psychoanalytic psychotherapist who has extensive experience of the problems encountered by therapists in primary health care in the National Health : Sotiris Zalidis.
Group Psychotherapy And Managed Mental Health Care. Group Psychotherapy And Managed Mental Health Care book. A Clinical Guide For Providers. By Henry I. Spitz. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 28 October Pub. location New York. Imprint by: Group Psychotherapy and Managed Mental Health Care.
By Henry I. Spitz. Brunner/Mazel Publishers, New York,pps. This book is written against a background of changing medical prac-tices, which have affected the members of managed care company panels and their interactions with patients, especially in the practice of psycho-therapy.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xi, pages ; 23 cm. Contents: 1. General Principles of Managed Mental Health Care in the Clinical Setting Brief Group Psychotherapy: Historical Perspectives and Contemporary Trends Overview of the Pragmatics of Brief Group Therapy in the Context of Managed Mental Health Care Providing CBT in primary care settings is challenging.
As Blount () points out, there are a great number of differences between working as a psychotherapist in a specialty mental health setting and being a behavioral health provider in primary care. As a behavioral health provider, you are the ancillary, rather than primary, health care Cited by: 6.
Psychotherapy is increasingly viewed as a distinct profession in its own right, but many different types of professionals engage in psychotherapy regularly. Such individuals include clinical psychologists, psychiatrists, counselors, marriage and family therapists, social workers, mental health counselors, and psychiatric nurses.
While managed care has been keeping psychotherapy costs artificially low, its business model has been thriving. The New York Times reported in May, that health insurance companies were experiencing their third consecutive year of record profits, while at the same time defending double-digit increases in the premiums they charge.
Locally, the Health. Both practitioners and administrators should find this book useful. Part I reviews the evolution of psychotherapy in managed health care and gives the reader a broad overview of the historical and economic context of managed mental health. Part II presents several theoretical models for the practice of mental health in the managed care setting.
Recently, he has conceptualized psychotherapy as a healing practice embedded in historical and cultural contexts. His work has influenced the practice of psychotherapy through consultations with managed care companies and health care accrediting organizations as well as presentations to scientists and practitioners around the : Explores the debate concerning psychotherapy in managed health care by addressing the issues of the definition of mental health services and psychotherapy, ethics and conflict of interest, the.
W.C. Sanderson, in International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, 1 Managed Care. More than any previous event, managed care organizations (or any other system monitoring the utilization and cost of service such as health maintenance organizations, capitated contracts with providers, etc.) are reshaping the practice of psychotherapy (see Managed Care.
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It emphasizes how increased accountability can spur the field's. Roy MacKenzie's new book Time-Managed Group Psychotherapy will be most useful to those who are developing a group program as an integral part of the service delivery of mental health care.
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She is the coeditor of Psychotherapy in Managed Health Care and author of numerous book chapters and journal articles on psychotherapy and managed :. She teaches extensively in the field of meditation and psychotherapy at conferences and retreats nationwide.
Inshe co-founded the very first Institute for Meditation and Psychotherapy in Cambridge, MA, where she lived and taught at the Cambridge Buddhist Association from and director of mental health for a large managed care.Group Psychotherapy and Managed Mental Health Care: A Clinical Guide for Providers / Edition 1 available in Paperback, NOOK Book Read an excerpt of this book!
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