Personality and Psychotherapy: Treating the Whole Person
"Showing how and why contemporary personality science matters in the clinical context, this book offers eminently practical tools for psychotherapists from any disciplinary background, and will also be of interest to personality and social psychologists. It is an ideal text for advanced undergraduate courses and for graduate seminars taught within clinical training programs."--BOOK JACKET.
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