Relationship Competency in Psychology


The professional relationship between a psychologist and their patients is one of the most important aspects of a clinical psychologist’s work. In addition to being a clinician, a clinical psychologist can also play the role of a teacher/mentor, leader, supervisor, and researcher. The professional relationship and working alliance between a psychologist and a patient are essential components of effective practice. This article explores the characteristics of a healthy therapeutic relationship, and provides benchmark competencies for relationship competency.

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