Introduction to Clinical Psychology: An Evidence-Based Approach

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John Wiley & Sons, Dec 21, 2009 - Psychology - 584 pages
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  • Prestigious Canadian author team
  • Strong focus on evidence-based assessment and intervention
  • Lifespan approach
  • International perspective that includes a comparison of Canadian and other healthcare systems
  • Broad approach to diversity issues
  • Large selection of cases
  • Engaging Viewpoint boxes that highlight important debates
  • Interesting Profile boxes that describe clinical psychologists and their profession

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User Review  - Adrienne S. - Goodreads

School requirement, but still a good read. Interesting to note: a lot of therapists are not following empirically proven methods when they are counselling people...BEWARE OF THE THERAPIST THAT DOESN'T TEST YOU BEFORE THEY "CURE" YOU. Read full review

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