Course Description

Establishing a private Educational Therapy practice, and operating it as a successful business, is a challenging process to beginners in the field.  You will discuss:

  • office procedures
  • record keeping
  • insurance requirements
  • ethical practices
  • fee structure
  • public relations
  • advertising
  • time management
  • community involvement

You will also be exposed to management skills, such as report writing, parent education, and communication skills.

Learner Outcomes

  • Develop a plan to establish and maintain a practice in educational therapy based upon an increased knowledge of initial and on-going procedures including, formulation and utilization of a business plan, identification of the financial and time investments, and determination of the day to day operational requirements.
  • Describe the ways in which the client’s family, school, community, and culture impact the development and implementation of psychosocial interventions.
  • Analyze clinical case material for techniques that develop trust, maintain confidentiality, and respect family values, beliefs, and the reality of daily routines and expectations.
  • Recognize the presence of ethical issues and delineate options for appropriately handling such occurrence.
  • Design a practice in educational therapy to best suit personal goals, needs, and personal psychology based on increased awareness of self, other, and the interpersonal space within which the work occurs.

Applies Towards the Following Certificates

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