Books & Book Chapters

Navigating the Board Complaint ProcessJanet T. Thomas book cover

 

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Thomas, J. T. & Hung, J. H. (In press). Disciplinary supervision: Ethical challenges for supervisors. In M. M. Leach & E. Welfel (Eds.), Cambridge handbook of psychological ethics. New York: Cambridge Press.

Thomas, J. T., & Walfish, S. (Accepted). Considerations in closing an independent practice. In S. Walfish, J. E. Barnett, & J. Zimmerman (Eds.) The Oxford handbook of private practice. New York, NY: Oxford University Press.

Thomas, J. T. (2014). International ethics for psychotherapy supervisors: Principles, practices, and future directions. In C. E. Watkins & D. Milne (Eds.), International handbook of clinical supervision (pp. 131-154). Hoboken, NJ: Wiley-Blackwell.

Thomas, J. T. (2011). Knocked off kilter: Supervising in the wake of sexual boundary violations. In W. B. Johnson & G. P. Koocher, Ethical conundrums, quandaries and predicaments in mental health practice: A casebook from the files of the experts (pp. 297-305). New York: Oxford University Press.

Thomas, J. T. (2010). The ethics of supervision and consultation: Practical guidance for mental health professionals. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.

Thomas, J. T.  (2002) Navigating the board complaint process: A guide for Minnesota psychologist.  Minneapolis, Minnesota: Minnesota Women Psychologists.

Thomas, J. T. (1995). The nature, frequency and timing of student problems encountered by resident advisors and resident students at a women’s college. Dissertation Abstracts International, University of Saint Thomas.

Thomas, J., Cohen, C, Fontaine, D., Groesbeck, P., & Nelson, R. (1989). Course curriculum for training institutions on ethical issues in the development of therapeutic relationships. In B. E. Sanderson (Ed.), It’s never O.K.: A handbook or professionals on sexual exploitation by counselors and therapists (pp. 105–114). Stillwater: Minnesota Department of Corrections.

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