Collaborative therapy: Relationships and conversations that make a difference by ProQuest

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The second section of the book ("The Therapy Room") focuses on collaborative therapy with a variety of presenting problems (e.g., women who have been battered, people with eating disorders, children and parents, and elderly clients). Various chapters could be used by instructors of specific topics-the chapters from part two on the therapy room come to mind (e.g., women who have been battered, people with eating disorders, etc.), and from part three (e.g., chapters on research and supervision).

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