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(p. 222) Mentorship in the Life and Work of the Private Practitioner
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(p. 222) Mentorship in the Life and Work of the Private Practitioner
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W. Brad Johnson

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10.1093/med:psych/9780190272166.003.0019
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date: 20 September 2017

Private practitioners need mentoring relationships to achieve success professionally and personally throughout their careers. This chapter describes the nature of mentorship and outlines its goals and its many potential benefits for mentor and mentee alike. The value of participating in mentoring relationships is illustrated, including the benefits of becoming a mentor to others. The role of mentoring relationships throughout one’s career (early, middle, and late) as a private practitioner is highlighted. Recommendations are made for getting the most out of mentoring relationships whether one is a mentor or mentee.

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