What is it like to be a psychologist or a psychiatrist today? Professionals with different kinds of practices and training from around the country talk candidly about their work, the effect that clients have upon them, and the various professional problems they face. They discuss how they have been trained, how they handle ethical questions, and how they feel about the profession. This short collection of interview material, based upon a national survey, provides a revealing and honest insider's view for clinicians, counselors, educators, and all those interested or touched by the mental health profession.
Medical-Books, Psychology, Clinical-Psychology,