A Guide to Assessment for Psychoanalytic Psychotherapists
Psychoanalytic psychotherapists and psychoanalysts inevitably find themselves doing assessments in their work, both private and in a clinical setting, such as the NHS. In the authors' opinion there is not enough cover of this vital aspect of their work in the trainings which are offered by the respected organizations.
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