The Fragile Alliance: An Orientation to the Psychiatric Treatment of the Adolescent
Covering adolescent therapy, this book examines the idea of therapeutic alliance. Firstly, an understanding of the adolescent must be formed, then parts two and three of the text discuss specific diagnoses, special technical problems and applications of therapy to the hospitalised patient.
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