The Client Acceptance and Retention Process: How Policies and Procedures Are Developed and Implemented Within Audit Firms
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A Qualitative Study on the Experiences of Therapists who Have Been Threatened with Harm or Attacked by a Client or a Relative of a Client During the Course of Treatment in a Non-Residential Setting Wolverton, Katherine Gray (Virginia Tech, 2015-05-06)This qualitative study used a phenomenological approach to understand the experience of six therapists who had been threatened with harm or attacked by a client or a relative of a client in an outpatient setting. Semi-structured ...
Influential Client Factors: Understanding and Organizing Therapists' Perceptions Of Client Factors That Influence Reported Outcome of Therapy Perkins, Susan Nadine (Virginia Tech, 2010-04-29)Researchers and clinicians report that they think the client is the most influential component in determining the outcome of therapy. Although a variety of studies have examined the impact of various client factors on the ...
The Influence of a Client Preference on Auditor Judgment: An Investigation of Temporal Effects and Client Trustworthiness Jenkins, James Gregory Jr. (Virginia Tech, 1998-03-30)
The purpose of this dissertation is to investigate auditors' judgments and decisions in the presence of an explicitly stated client preference. This investigation considers two factors. First, the temporal placement ...