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Re: my old T: ''No notes!'' fallsfall

Posted by badhaircut on June 10, 2005, at 22:25:10

In reply to Re: my old T: ''No notes!'' badhaircut, posted by fallsfall on June 10, 2005, at 21:35:00

> Would they write notes for the health insurance company?

I assume they do. I never turned mine in for coverage.

> I don't see how it would compromise therapy???

I guess it's like say the client wants a note to get out of X on emotional grounds. That puts the therapist in too tight a position: maybe the Client would be better served by NOT getting out of X, even though it might be somewhat distressing.

They also said in the brochure that because they have a legal conflict of interest, their testimony as "experts" about a therapy client would not hold up well in court for something like workmen's comp claims.

Again, that may be just their "easy out" clause. Maybe they would provide such notes on a case-by-case basis.


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