Practicing Therapy: Exercises for Growing Therapists
Department of Family Therapy
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For family therapy students and practitioners, this book offers stories, exercises, self-assessments, and evaluative techniques.
Designed for family therapists, this book offers stories, exercises, self-assessments and evaluative techniques to improve observational skills, enhance clinical work and encourage meaningful research. The authors discuss their views on hearing stories, observing data and analyzing speech, creating an engaging and learning experience.
Norton Professional Books
New York, NY
evaluative techniques, exercises, family therapy, family therapy students, family therapy training guide, self-assessment
Family, Life Course, and Society | Other Psychology | Psychology | Social and Behavioral Sciences
Rambo, A. H., Heath, A., & Chenail, R. J. (1993). Practicing Therapy: Exercises for Growing Therapists., 1-288. Retrieved from https://nsuworks.nova.edu/shss_facbooks/2
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