Navigating Social Security Disability Programs: A Handbook for Clinicians and Advocates available in Hardcover
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- ABC-CLIO, Incorporated
This book responds to a previously unmet need: to unlock the mysteries of Social Security disability programs and provide medical and mental health clinicians, as well as advocates, with the information necessary to act in the best interests of their clients.
- Provides a realistic understanding of the Social Security Disability bureaucracy
- Provides basic eligibility requirements and potential benefits
- Suggests strategies for maintaining treatment records that respond to needs of Social Security
- Explains how the language of Social Security differs from that of medicine and psychology and how to reconcile the two
- Provides the ethical underpinning of clinicians' participation in the disability determination process
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About the Author
James Randall Noblitt, PhD, is a clinical psychologist and professor of clinical psychology for the PsyD program at the California School of Professional Psychology at Alliant International University.
Pamela Perskin Noblitt, EDPNA, is a non-attorney representative who advocates on behalf of disabled claimants. She was selected as one of 100 Women of 2000 by Eckerd's Salute to Women (2000).