Theories and strategies in counseling and psychotherapy
The fourth edition is a revised and improved version of an outstanding text that has been widely used since 1984. The text is practical and clinically applied. It contains real life dialogue dealing with the kinds of client problems students will face. It contains appropriate references for all the major ideas and concepts and many examples of modeling and dialogue.
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