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(p. 649) Making Good Referrals 

(p. 649) Making Good Referrals
(p. 649) Making Good Referrals

Steven Walfish

and Jeffrey Zimmerman

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date: 20 October 2020

Chapter 124 explores the process of making good referrals, the types of professionals to have within your referral network, how to avoid conflict of interest, when to refer to other mental health professionals, respecting collateral relationships and how to find referrals outside of your area.

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