By Lynn Gordon
Kiss the roadtrip blues goodbye with the revised model of this best-selling job deck that includes up to date textual content all through in addition to quite a few new actions. From attractive video games to artistic artwork actions to mind-bending puzzles, this ebook will make getting there the entire enjoyable.
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An increase in morale and motivation is another potential advantage. Trainees frequently have new ideas and approaches for dealing with patients or improving the program milieu. Often these new ideas can be successfully incorporated into the program. This sense of growth can spread to the permanent staff, increasing their commitment and decreasing their feelings of burnout. Finally, there are increased opportunities for the staff and faculty of the day treatment program to be involved in supervision.
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