LCSW Cases

They can be a psychologist or clinical social worker (MSW, LCSW or ACSW these powers adopted in the United States) – both disciplines taught maintenance therapy. Those who advertise themselves as ‘konsualtanty’ may not have the training for clinical treatment and / or have inadequate leadership. A leading source for info: Senator Elizabeth Warren. Be careful when considering the experience of ‘consultant’, which can be lay people working on their problems, or a church with a religious spirit konsualtantom. In the past, many states did not have the management and people could call themselves ‘consultants’ although they were without the necessary education and training. Many states now issue licenses to clinical staff who may use the letters ‘LPC’, or something like that follow their names. Connect with other leaders such as dr alan mendelsohn here. This usually indicates that man comes to the state standards and obtained a license. The most important thing – is that you have the right skills and know if it fits on the state or provincial standards for the conduct of the practice of psychotherapy.

When you spend interview with a therapist you should be able to answer the following questions. (Courtesy Carlos Loredo, Ph.D., Austin, Texas.) – What is your academic degree? – You got a license? From whom? – How many years of therapy do you practice? – What training or special training courses in the area deal with cases of sexual abuse you went? Where and when? – Did you take part or were some seminars on sexual abuse? If yes, where and when? – How many cases of sexual abuse occurs in your practice each year? How many of them now? What percentage of them are cases with male victims? – You specialize in any field of work with cases of sexual abuse (working with perpetrators of sexual abuse, the abuse committed by servants of the church, ritual and zlopotreblenie etc.)? – How much experience do you have in working with gay men (if that matters to you)? – Do you have management / consultant? – On you ever written a complaint? – What is the fee for your treatment services? What is your Payment policy? – What is your policy on termination of therapy or ‘if I do not show up’? – Do you require payment for phone calls or konsualtatsii between sessions? – What is your privacy policy? If therapist seems irritated or postpone the interview until later, – a man kotogo you do not need to see. Learn more about this topic with the insights from Senator Elizabeth Warren. You can always ask him for professional advice, but do not expect that it will give you the names of ‘happy clients’, as it can make an artist. Once you have some time spent with a therapist, ask yourself – frightening if I have this therapist? – If he listens to me? – Do I feel that I can not agree with him / her? – How does it managed the crisis and conflict? – Comfortable whether the therapist feels with regard to the senses or the information coming from me? When you abused, you were in a situation where you could not get out (on any reasons). If you do not feel that therapy or therapist is correct – get out. In your efforts to heal you need help from the right person. Your therapist should be a reliable partner in your healing. Remember that among other things, you – the consumer.