Behind the One-Way Mirror: Advances in the Practice of Strategic Therapy
The author provides guidance on using advanced and innovative therapeutic techniques that focus on the distribution of power in relationships. Covers a wide age range and a variety of problems, including depression, anxiety, insomnia, sexual problems, alcoholism, psychosomatic illness, and anorexia.
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Discovering the Source of the Conflict
Influencing Adults Through Children
Finding the Humorous Alternative
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