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Title Gatekeeping in the mental health professions / edited by Alicia M. Homrich, Kathryn L. Henderson
Published Alexandria, VA : American Counseling Association, [2018]
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Contents Introduction to gatekeeping / Alicia M. Homrich -- Critical terminology in gatekeeping / Kyle D. Baldwin -- Challenges and strategies in addressing problematic trainees / Leigh D. DeLorenzi -- Trainee development and factors affecting behavior / Page L. Thanasiu -- Faculty and supervisor roles in gatekeeping / Kyle D. Baldwin -- Collaboration during gatekeeping / Roxane L. Dufrene -- Informing trainees about gatekeeping policies / Page L. Thanasiu -- Standards for personal behavior and professional conduct / Kathryn L. Henderson -- Evaluating trainee professional performance / Leigh D. DeLorenzi -- Designing remediation plans and interventions / Kathryn L. Henderson -- Documentation in gatekeeping / Theresa A. Coogan -- Preventing problematic behavior in trainees / Theresa A. Coogan and Alicia M. Homrich
Summary This book guides graduate faculty and supervisors in effective gatekeeping by bringing together the body of professional performance standards for multiple mental health fields and providing best practices, tools, and templates for use with trainees. Following an introduction to the professional, ethical, and legal issues involved in gatekeeping, the authors discuss contextual factors that can affect trainee functioning. Topics addressed include strategies for assisting low-performing trainees, faculty and supervisor roles, professional collaboration, evaluating trainee performance, designing remediation plans, documentation, and prevention and early intervention. Text features include “Notes From the Field,” “On the Legal Side,” and “What Would You Do?” to enhance understanding of the material
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Print version record
Subject Counseling -- education.
Clinical Competence -- standards.
Mental Health Services -- standards.
Mentoring -- methods.
Clinical competence -- Standards -- United States.
Counseling -- Education.
Mental health counseling -- Education.
Mental health services -- Standards.
Mentoring -- Methods.
United States.
Genre/Form Methods (Music)
Form Electronic book
Author Henderson, Kathryn L., editor
Homrich, Alicia M., editor
American Counseling Association, issuing body
ISBN 1119535123 (electronic bk.)
9781119535126 (electronic bk.)