- File Size: 2.0 MB
- Length: 200 pages
- Publisher: ANish Publications (November 11, 2019)
- Publication Date: November 11, 2019
- Language: English
Confidentiality is the concept among psychologists that suggests that whatever is shared during counseling and psychotherapy between or among clients, patients, counselors, and psychologists will remain secret and confidential. Nothing will be shared without the written consent of both sides and parties. The use of psychological applied knowledge for keeping the confidentiality of a client, patient, counselors, and therapists from governmental agencies prevents unauthorized access of unauthorized staff workers, including medical and non-medical staff. Confidential psychology is the branch of psychology that studies, evaluates, and recommends new changes to the practices, procedures, and methods to prevent confidentiality. This book is a part of the series of psychology textbooks series.
Ali Muattar is a psychologist, teacher, and researcher interested in understanding, explaining, and evaluating the confidentiality of the clinics and mental health facilities with different psychological confidential methods. This textbook is for students, teachers, and researchers at graduation and post-graduation levels. This is also worth reading for the general public, physical, mental health professionals, and interested in Confidentiality psychology.
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I live in Karachi city, Pakistan. This book is published by ANish publications. I am a senior writer, researcher, and editor in the ANish platform for years while specializing in Psychology with an impact on information technology. As a writer, I write about business, literature, human psychology, and technology, in blogs and websites for clients and businesses. I enjoy reading, writing, and traveling…
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