Recently I got the chance to do a Q&A with James Schergen of therathink.com about the history and the future of psychotherapy. Here’s a short excerpt from the interview:
Q. Do you see any persisting or upcoming problems in the private practice industry. If so, how do you handle them?
A. I think we’re entering an interesting time in the world of private practice. We’re witnessing big-insurance and big-corporate-hospital beginning to dictate the flow of all sorts of medical treatment…I think one way therapists can remain independent is to gather together and form groups.
As a group of like-minded psychotherapists, the group can leverage the power of being a team and contract directly with doctors, integrating their mental health care with the doctor’s physical care.
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