Conceptualizing the evaluation of clinical counseling
This book, with over 1500 clinical and psychotherapeutic references, is a thorough, comprehensive, clinically analytic, and multi-theoretical/disciplinary discussion of all aspects of the self-evaluative process in providing casework and counseling services.
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