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Too Poor to Cure: The Clinical Aspects of Money in Treatment

This case-based workshop will introduce participants to modern psychoanalytic principles for setting, raising, and maintaining fees for therapy outside the insurance system. Bring your tricky case examples and we will think through clinically appropriate interventions that may help resolve problems related to money in ways that are good for all parties in the relationship. Limited to 20 practicing therapists or students in clinical placements.

Saturday, October 5, 2013 10:00 am–12:00 pm

Mara Sanadi Wagner, Psy.D., Cert. Psya. maintains a practice comprised mostly of self-paying analysands and supervisees. She is a frequent presenter on clinical issues related to the psychotherapy fee at agencies, college counseling centers, and clinical training programs.

2 CE Credits     $30 in Advance     $45 at the Door

This workshop is designed to help you:

  1.  Identify common problems related to payment of psychotherapy fees.
  2.  Resolve resistances to addressing fees as clinically based issues.
  3. Plan interventions that will open up the treatment to more appropriate resolution of problems with fees.

To register click here.