Models of Primary Health Care Psychotherapy and Counselling
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This review looks at psychotherapy and counselling services in primary health care provided by persons from the Allied Health Professions. The report makes a number of recommendations regarding location of the service, fundholding and employment, practitioner support, reporting and confidentiality.
This literature review was commissioned by the Commonwealth Department of Health and Ageing to inform the development of the Access to Allied Health Services component of the Better Outcomes in Mental Health Care Initiative.
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