Self-disclosure in Psychotherapy
Guilford Press, 17 lug 2006 - 242 pagine
Concise, clear, and featuring numerous clinical examples, this is the first book to include empirical studies of supervisor/supervisee disclosure, plus extensive research on patient/therapist disclosure. Other unique topics include disclosure issues in child therapy.
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The Nature of SelfDisclosure
Clinical Perspectives on Patient Disclosure
Research Perspectives on Patient Disclosure
The Outcome Controversy
Multicultural Perspectives on Patient Disclosure
Historical Perspectives on Therapist Disclosure
Research Perspectives on Therapist Disclosure
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