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(p. 275) Going it alone: working in private practice 

(p. 275) Going it alone: working in private practice
(p. 275) Going it alone: working in private practice

Joan Kirk

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date: 04 April 2020

Chapter 14 focuses on working as an independent practitioner, possibly alongside one or two colleagues, but not supported by an external structure. The emphasis is on your deciding if and how to go it alone rather than on clinical matters as many of the clinical considerations of working in private practice parallel those in non-private practice. However, the clinical issues of continuing professional development (CPD), supervision, boundaries, and safety will be addressed.

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