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    Narrative Summary I had a chance interview Professional Mental Health Counselor on October 19, 2015, I had an opportunity to meet K.W. an License Professional Counselor-Mental Health (LCPC). Ms. K.W. also is licensed Therapist she services men and women struggling with Substance Abuses problems and Mental Health what we call now co-occurring disorder in an outpatient setting. In my interview with K.W., we had discussed 15 question that focus on the life of a Professional Mental Health Counselor, and her respond was as followed.(Q1) The social worker has a primary focus on a client's community or clinical well-being and Psychologist focus the customer behavior pattern that can range from mood disorder multiple personality disorder bipolar disorder…

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    Mental Health Multidimensional Intake Form The mental health multidimensional intake form used for the following critique is a well-written, easily read seven-page assessment for the client to fill out. It was retrieved from the online database of the practice Focused Solutions. At the beginning of the intake form, it expresses that although the assessment may seem lengthy, the client should be able to complete it rather quickly, as it only requires check marks in most areas. This particular…

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    psychology is a unique field of work and it differs from all other mental and health professions. Clinical psychologist differs from other psychology disciplines. Clinical psychologist focus on psychotherapy. Clinical Psychologist work more with seriously disturbed populations more so than the other disciplines (Pomerantz, 2013), working in hospitals and inpatients units. In addition, compared to the other disciplines in psychology, clinical psychologist spend a great deal of their time in…

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    Confidentiality and Privilege Psychology can be a complex set of ethical standards of laws and principles, which are treated with the uppermost respect. Confidentiality between mental health professionals and privileges of trust as a professional are correlated with the APA Ethics Code of Standards (Fisher, 2012). Law and ethics are two different areas of psychology that can emerge from within those areas. Confidentiality is private information consented between the mental health professional…

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    Psychology as a whole can be defined as the scientific study of behavior and mental processes. One fascinating aspect of psychology is the subsection known as abnormal psychology. This essay will define what abnormal psychology is; outline the various criteria used to define abnormal behavior and discuss the differences between Psychiatrists, Clinical Psychologists, and Social Workers. First we must define what abnormal psychology is. One of the more succinct definitions can be found in…

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    There come times in individuals lives where they feel that a matter is out of their able hands and need the help of someone who is more knowledgeable and will be able to give them assistance. Individuals that seek help from professionals rightly expect that any information disclosed will be kept private. Confidentiality is a fundamental aspect of any professional-client relationship, meaning that professionals are obligated to maintain that the information of the client and any matters discussed…

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    Grade 12 Should psychologists be granted prescription privileges? Katelenn Lawrence Ronald Reagan IB Grade 12 Should psychologists be granted prescription privileges? Currently in today‚Äôs mental health care people see psychiatrists for medication management and brief appointments, and they see other professionals, such as psychologists and social workers, for intense, ongoing needs. The debate in the psychology field about prescription privilege for…

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    One identifiable strength that the Walden university clinical psychology program offers Is the level of competency that the students receive when working towards there degree. The professors that work within the program are season and very knowledgable when it comes to teaching and equipping students with the tools to set them up for success. The contencecy and flow of the program offers a blueprint for students to follow that allow them to access of all areas of pcychology which consist of…

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    Goal Statement Personal, Academic, and Professional Goals/Personal Qualities: Currently applying to the Walden University Master of Science and specialization in Clinical Mental Health Counseling Program (MHCP). My goals are to retire from my current career field as a Department of the Army's Civilian and to continue to work with my first love. A mental health counselor to assist soldiers, family members, and civilians. As a retired twenty-two-year veteran, working with soldiers have always…

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    Counseling psychology deals with helping people gain control over their emotions. Other than influences due to technology, it is hard to accurately predict the future of counseling psychology research, beyond saying that unless something alters the trajectory counseling psychology research will be much like it is now. We will continue to examine the same populations, topics, and settings that we have researched for decades (Fouad, 2013). Loneliness, fear, and anger are all emotions that people…

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