Social Processes in Clinical and Counseling Psychology

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Springer-Verlag, 1987 - Psychology - 205 pages
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This book applies social psychological theory and research to a number of issues and problems in clinical and counseling psychology. Numerous experts from social, clinical, and counseling psychology review current theory and research on the application of social psychology to psychotherapy, counseling, assessment, supervision, and psychopathology. Each chapter makes practical suggestions about working with clients. Social psychologists will gain a renewed appreciation for the practical and applied potential of their work. Clinical and counseling psychologists will come away with new perspectives that may change their interactions with clients and other aspects of their work.

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Domains of the SocialClinicalCounseling Interface
Internal and External Validity
Social Support and Clinical Practice

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