psychotherapist


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psy·cho·ther·a·pist

(sī'kō-thār'ă-pist),
A person, usually a psychiatrist or clinical psychologist, professionally trained and engaged in psychotherapy. Currently, the term is also applied to social workers, nurses, and others whose state-licensed practice acts include psychotherapy.

psychotherapist

(sī′kō-thĕr′ə-pĭst)
n.
An individual, such as a psychiatrist, psychologist, psychiatric nurse, or psychiatric social worker, who practices psychotherapy.

psy·cho·ther·a·pist

(sī'kō-thār'ă-pist)
A person, usually a psychiatrist or clinical psychologist, professionally trained and engaged in psychotherapy. Currently, the term is also applied to social workers, nurses, and others whose state licensing practice acts include psychotherapy.

psy·cho·ther·a·pist

(sī'kō-thār'ă-pist)
A person, usually a psychiatrist or clinical psychologist, professionally trained and engaged in psychotherapy. Currently, also applied to social workers, nurses, and others whose state- licensed practice activities include psychotherapy.
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That's why the ACP, the professional body for child psychotherapists is supporting the More Than A Score coalition.
A female actor of White/European descent played the pseudo-client in all scenarios, while the psychotherapist was a 4th-year doctoral female student of White/European descent.
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Amy Clements-Cortes is Assistant Professor, Music and Health Research Collaboratory (MaHRC), University of Toronto; Academic Coordinator/Instructor, Ryerson Chang School; Instructor and Supervisor, Wilfrid Laurier University; Certified Music Therapist and Registered Psychotherapist. Amy has extensive clinical experience working with clients across the life span.
(11) Amidst this uncertainty, the military judiciary should select the best of several interpretations of the new MRE 513, discussed in Part III(B), to meaningfully strengthen the psychotherapist privilege.
K.I (hereinafter "K.I."), confronted with a situation similar to that outlined above, considered whether, in an involuntary civil commitment hearing pursuant to the statute governing commitment of dangerous persons, a patient's privileged communication with his psychotherapist is waived where the patient is not in custody, and in the psychotherapist's opinion, poses an imminent risk of harm to others or to himself.
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A person may meet alone with a psychotherapist or else as a member of a psychotherapy group, depending in part on personal preference but mainly the sort of circumstances giving rise to difficulties.
Parties who submit documents or testify in a deposition about certain communications with a psychotherapist can be found to impliedly waive their psychotherapist-patient privilege, even when it occurs during the course of a different legal proceeding.
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The bill provides that there is no liability and no cause of action against a licensed clinical social worker, marriage and family therapist, or mental health counselor (collectively known as psychotherapists) when the psychotherapist makes a disclosure of otherwise confidential communication regarding a patient or client to the potential victim, appropriate family member, or law enforcement or other appropriate authorities.