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Book Reviews

Treatment Planning for Psychotherapists

Howard B. Rowback

Published: June 15, 1998

Article Abstract
The basic premise of this text is that "appropriate treatment plans promote good patient-therapist relationships that contribute to successful, effective therapy outcomes." While most institutional settings require clinicians to write treatment plans, they are frequently written more for the record and regulatory requirements than for the patient. With this in mind, Makover attempts to guide the practitioner "to develop useful, relevant and individualized plans, which can assist the clinical work and satisfy outside reviewers as well."

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Volume: 59

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