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Running head: CONVERSATIONS ABOUT ETHICS 1 Conversation about Ethics Candace Thornton Northcentral University
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Conversation about Ethics 2 Interviewing a more seasoned professional in the field of Marriage and Family Therapy is a always a good experience. One a of the greatest things about having a great supervisor is that they are always willing to help extend the bounds of knowledge in the field by sharing their years of experience. The therapist that I interviewed is Paul Thompson, he is currently my supervisor and he has over 30 years of experience as a MFT. I have so much respect for his wisdom and knowledge in this field and I hope to one day present with as much wisdom and knowledge. Overall, the interview was very casual and insightful. The bulk of our conversation focused on record keeping and termination. Since Mr. Thompson runs a private practice he tends to shy away from conversations about insurance although in recent months he has been thinking about becoming a part of an insurance network to bring in a more diverse client base. As a disclaimer Mr. Thompson has no issues gaining or keeping clients however since bringing me on staff he is seeing it as important in order to help me establish a solid client base without doing too much extra marketing. As we began our conversation on insurance Paul pointed out a few steps that need to take place when considering becoming a part of an insurance network. The first thing we discuss was
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  • Summer '16
  • Family therapy, Boiler insurance, therapist, National Provider Identifier

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