If caregivers are to receive the psychological services they require, psychologists and other mental health providers must be able to be paid for these services, which sometimes do not fit easily into traditional billing codes. This section illustrates some of the issues which may arise in billing for providing care to a patient and to family caregivers and other family members and offers some suggestions for ways to arrange family meetings and structure billing for services rendered.
Table of contents
In the Practice Section
- Common Caregiving Problems
- What do Psychologists Need to Know to Help Family Caregivers?
- How Caregivers Reach Psychologists
- Psychologists as Direct Service Clinicians and Consultants
- Conceptual Models
- Variations for Practice with Culturally Diverse Groups
- Business Pragmatics
- Common Ethical Issues