Handbook of Psychotherapy and Behavior Change
Allen E. Bergin, Sol L. Garfield
Wiley, 1994 - Medical - 864 pages
A standard reference throughout the world, this edited volume is compiled by experts in each topic area covered. This revised edition is an impartial, eclectic and scholarly review of research concerned with psychotherapy. Featuring implications for both research and practice, it incorporates the latest developments and data, reflecting important changes in the field. Includes a major new spectrum of research on culturally diverse populations.
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THE NIMH TREATMENT
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