Dimensions of empathic therapy
This contribution to the helping professions delves into empathy as a cornerstone of personal life as well as professional practice. Contributors from various mental health disciplines discuss such themes as the interrelationship of empathy with love, self-awareness, and self transformation. Highlights include the application of specific techniques and descriptions of innovative models of an empathic approach to therapy and training. (Midwest).
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The Changing Face of the Ideal Therapist
Empathy is Not Enough
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