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“Client” or “Patient”: Does it Make a Difference?

Counselor Concerns

2017/Jan-Feb

ci_concernsIn behavioral health the terms “client” or “patient” are used to describe people receiving treatment services. The differences are often related to the type of the provider’s profession or license....
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