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The approaches to treatment for the clinical or practicing psychologist depends on his or her training as a professional. Both Clinical and practicing psychologists focus on mental processes in the treatment of their clients. Similarly, both recognize the importance and may begin the therapeutic process from the perspective of early childhood experiences. The following similarities and differences may exist in the settings of each professional:
• Both professionals are focused on using scientifically-validated and evidence-based treatments.
• Clinical and practicing psychologist realize the importance of the therapist and client relationship in treatment outcomes.
• Both are focused how clients solve ...
This solution discusses the similarities and differences between the treatment approaches of practicing and clinical psychologists.
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