The History of Psychotherapy: From Healing Magic to Encounter
Jan Ehrenwald, Ian Ehrenwald
Jason Aronson, 1976 - Psychology - 589 pages
The book explains the conflicting and seemingly paradoxical reports of successful outcomes of psychotherapy made by opposing schools. The author has placed each selection in its historical context and provided, where necessary, summaries of theoretical systems.
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