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Edward L. Zuckerman

Full Name: Edward L. Zuckerman
Number of Works: 24
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ISBN: 0898628423, 9780898628425
Keywords: psychological, reports, writing, guidebook, thesaurus, clinician
Pages: 364
Published: 1995
  • Rating: 100%

<div>Now in its revised and expanded fifth edition, the Clinician's Thesaurus makes constructing meaningful reports easier than ever before. This popular guidebook provides quick and handy access to the entire language of the mental health professions. More than a giant collection of synonyms, the Thesaurus offers practical guidelines for how to shape raw data into a cogent report. Thousands of useful words, phrases, and interview questions are provided to help practitioners collect the client information they need and accurately describe almost any clinical situation. New features of th
ISBN: 1572307692, 9781572307698
Keywords: work, ethically, legally, profitably, practice, resources, office, third, forms, guidelines, paper
Pages: 434
Published: 2003
  • Rating: 60%

<div>This popular manual provides the clinical, financial, and legal record-keeping tools that every psychotherapy practice needs. It is ideal for new practitioners who want to hit the ground running and for seasoned pros who want to overhaul their paperwork and risk-reduction procedures. Provided are methods for documenting informed consent, treatment planning, and progress; advice on fee structures, billing, and marketing; tips on joining managed care panels and communicating with MCO reviewers; recommended online resources; and much more. Special features include 60+ forms and handout

This timesaving software puts the entire language of mental health at your fingertips and also becomes your personal text library. It features thousands of searchable words and phrases for describing nearly any clinical situation, which can be copied and pasted directly into your evaluations, reports, progress notes, or treatment plans. Customize the program by adding or deleting text or report formats to meet your writing needs. Version 7.0 has been updated along with the Clinician's Thesaurus, 7th Edition, and includes sections on additional clinical problems (reactive attachment disorder, b
ISBN: 0972716823, 9780972716826
Keywords: icd, diagnoses, psychiatric, list, reference
Pages: 4
Published: 2009

Do you get reports with just numbers and have to struggle to find the diagnosis that makes sense? Do you know the diagnosis you want to use but struggle to find the exact wording and code number? The insurers now accept only ICD-9 diagnoses and the DSM codes are not always the same. Wish you had a simple and complete list of the psychiatric ICD diagnoses? This tool compiles for you: ALL the ICD numbers with all five digits and their explanations, ALL the exact diagnostic labels with the exact capitalization and punctuation. Many that are not in DSM-IV but are still in common clinical use are

HIPAA Help is a 256 page, paperbound book in a large format so that the forms in it can be photocopied onto your letterhead.A few of the forms may need some tailoring to your practice (which HIPAA specifically encourages). For example, adding your letterhead and the name of your Privacy Officer. You can photocopy them from the book or you can download any or all of the forms from our website (see the big blue button on the home page). Do you have to buy the book before using the forms. I will not prevent that (because to do so would impose a burden on the purchasers) but I believe using these

<div>Now in its revised and expanded fifth edition, the Clinician's Thesaurus makes constructing meaningful reports easier than ever before. This popular guidebook provides quick and handy access to the entire language of the mental health professions. More than a giant collection of synonyms, the Thesaurus offers practical guidelines for how to shape raw data into a cogent report. Thousands of useful words, phrases, and interview questions are provided to help practitioners collect the client information they need and accurately describe almost any clinical situation. New features of th