The Current Issue

Listed to the right are your options for viewing the current Independent Practitioner.

The first link is for a magazine-type Flipbook that you can read online. The first page has quick instructions on how to open the book to a full view, as well as how to navigate the pages. This book has active corners that you hover over and turn like you would normally turn pages. Turn your sound on if you want to hear the pages turn.

The second link is for a clean way of viewing the book online as a pdf file, but with nice zoom-in features. It is not as fun as the first view, but the page is cleaner and sharper, so may be easier on the eyes.

The third link is a downloadable link for the pdf. Use this to download the book to your computer to read with any PDF viewer (like Acrobat Reader). This is a higher resolution version, so you could print pages out and receive a nice, clean printed copy.

Spring 2022 | Independent Practitioner

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Below are previous versions of the IP

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Summer 2015

This issue includes these articles and more.

The Inevitable Winds of Change — Pat DeLeon
Further Limits of Confidentiality — David Shapiro
Selective Mutism: More Than Just Shy? — Aimee Kotrba
Linguistic Diversity: Strengthening your Connection with Non-Native English Speakers — Douglas C. Haldeman

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Spring 2015

This issue includes these articles and more.

Public Health Consulting for Safety: The Welcome Mat is Out for Independent Practitioners — Robert H. Woody
Limits of Confidentiality: Confusion Regarding Implementation — David Shapiro
Essential Clinical Practice Strategies for the Prevention for Disciplinary Complaints — Jeffrey E. Barnett
Featured Expert Review: Understanding and Treating Obsessive Compulsive Disorder using CBT — Lata K. McGinn

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Winter 2015

This issue includes these articles and more.

President’s Column — June W. J. Ching
Independent Practice Under the Affordable Care Act — Robert H. Woody
Trends in Malpractice Litigation — David Shapiro
Featured Expert Review: Forensic CBT: An Integrated Approach for Working With Justice-Involved Clients — Raymond Chip Tafrate and Damon Mitchell
Growing and Sustaining a Private Practice — Steven Walfish
Diversity Narrative Project — Michi Fu & Doug Haldeman

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