Brief Encounters with Couples: Some Analytic Perspectives
Karnac Books, 2001 - Psychology - 166 pages
Deriving from a conference organised by the Tavistock Marital Studies Institute, the present volume draws the main focus of its inquiry from a few fundamental questions.
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