Preface AcknowledgmentsChapter 1 - PreparationChapter 2 - The Adventure BeginsChapter 3 - Internship Classes and Peer GroupsChapter 4 - Ethical and Legal IssuesChapter 5 - SupervisionChapter 6 - Diversity Considerations in PracticeChapter 7 - Clinical Writing, Treatment Records, and Case NotesChapter 8 - Stress and Self-CareChapter 9 - Assaults and Other Risks Chapter 10 - Closing CasesChapter 11 - Finishing the InternshipChapter 12 - Frustrations, Lessons, Discoveries, and JoyAppendix: Selecting or Establishing an Internship Site Index
Brian N. Baird is former Chair of Psychology at Pacific Lutheran University, USA. He practiced clinically for more than 20 years, served 12 years in the U.S. Congress, and has supervised hundreds of interns. Debra Mollen is Professor and Licensed Psychologist at Texas Woman's University, USA, Co-Chair for the revised APA Guidelines for Psychological Practice with Girls and Women, and an AASECT-Certified Sexuality Educator.
"Baird and Mollen's text is a needed text for those training the next generation of mental health workers. Providing feedback for learners at every stage of the process from selecting a site to supervision and completing paperwork, this book is a great resource for educators, clinical supervisors, and agency administrators in mental health training programs. The array of included forms and resources also help to provide needed and supportive structure for new pre-licensed professionals."- Theodore R. Burnes, Director of Training, the Los Angeles Gender Center / Affiliate Full Professor, Antioch University, USA