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Treatment Planning for Psychotherapists (edition 1996)

by Richard B. Makover, M.D.

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This book is an exciting addition to the literature on psychotherapy. Useful to the therapist-in-training and the experienced practitioner alike, readers will find this book knowledgeable and comprehensive. The theory of treatment planning is extensively illustrated with clinical examples and case histories that make the ideas come alive. A step-by-step review of assessment, diagnosis, and formulation shows how these elements contribute to planning.… (more)
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Title:Treatment Planning for Psychotherapists
Authors:Richard B. Makover, M.D.
Info:American Psychiatric Press (1996), Edition: 1st, Hardcover
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This book is an exciting addition to the literature on psychotherapy. Useful to the therapist-in-training and the experienced practitioner alike, readers will find this book knowledgeable and comprehensive. The theory of treatment planning is extensively illustrated with clinical examples and case histories that make the ideas come alive. A step-by-step review of assessment, diagnosis, and formulation shows how these elements contribute to planning.

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