Special Section: Business Resources for Practicing Psychologists

By Nat'l Psychologist Editor
March 16, 2011



This special section includes editorial content as well as advertising related to the business side of running a psychology practice. A few of the articles are highlighted below:

Two articles detail the need for a professional will. In the first one by Bruce Chalmer, Ph.D., he says that one purpose of a Professional Will (PW) is to avert ethical disasters.

In the other article Ken Pope, Ph.D. and Melba J. T. Vasquez, Ph.D. tells us that a professional will is a plan for what happens if we die suddenly or become incapacitated without warning.

Editors note: These articles were produced independent of each other. While there is some overlap of information, the editors determined the importance of the issue warranted carrying them as companion articles.

Also in this section: Randy Georgemiller, Ph.D., answers some frequently asked questions about billing and practice management issues. There are several other articles within this section.

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