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Iosephus, vulgo Joe Bavonese (in oppido Wayne Novae Caesareae die 19 Martii 1954 natus) est psychotherapeuta et scriptor Americanus, qui aegrotis externis societatem psychotherapianam apud Relationship Institute in Royal Oak in Michigania ducit et acroases assidue facit. Qui anno 2004 cum Mel Restum condidit Uncommon Practices, societatem quae psychotherapeutas in eorum negotiis melioribus factis iuvat.[1][2]

Gradum philosophiae doctoris in psychologia officinali apud California Institute of Integral Studies adeptus est. Psychologus et consiliarius laboravit pro General Motors, et fuit director officinalis apud Outpatient Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services pro Medical Center Psychiatric Associates in Warren in Michigania. Professor additus docuit in Collegio Graduato Insituti Unionis, et professoribus extramuralibus consilium dedit in programma graduata apud Universitatem Norwich in Monte Viridi. Americanae Psychologorum Societatis est socius.

Iosepho et Shirley Bavonese, uxori, sunt tres liberi.

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Commentarii
  • 2007. How to Develop a Money Mindset. Psychotherapy Networker, Iulio/Augusto, 33–39, 56.
  • 2008. Commentarium in The Therapist's Starter Guide: Setting Up and Building Your Practice, ed. Marc Lanci et Anne Spreng. ISBN 0-470-22892-X.
  • 2012. Commentarium in Getting Better at Private Practice, ed. Chris E. Stout, 107–118. Hoboken Novae Caesareae: John Wiley & Sons. ISBN 978-0-470-90398-8.
Acroases
  • 2008. Creating a Successful Website for Alternative Healers. The Psychology of Health Immunity and Disease Conference. Carolina Meridiana.
  • 2009. Internet Marketing for Psychologists. National Alliance of Professional Psychological Providers, 11 Octobris. Campis Nivatae.
  • 2010. Internet Marketing for Psychologists in Private Practice. American Psychological Association, 15 Augusti. Didacopoli Californiae.
  • 2011. Internet Marketing for Private Practice Referrals. California Psychological Association, 8 Aprilis. Didacopoli Californiae.
  • 2012. Developing a Business Mindset: Strategies for Private Practice Success in the 21st Century. Portsmuthi Novae Hantoniae: New Hampshire Psychological Association.

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  1. Chris E. Stout, Getting better at private practice (Hoboken Novae Caesareae: John Wiley & Sons, 2012).
  2. Paula E. Stein, "Need for ‘Creative Extremism’ stressed at practice conference," National Psychologist, 1 Novembris 2009.

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