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Institutes and How to Survive Them: Mental Health Training and…

by Robin Skynner

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"Institutes and How to Survive Them" is an edited selection of papers about personal growth and professional development in the mental health field. It describes how institutions can resource professionals - through training, supervision and consultation - to include them in the equation of change. Accessible to the interested general reader as well as to professionals, it complements "Explorations with Families" Skynner's other collection of clinical papers.
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