Basic Skills in Psychotherapy and Counseling (Skills,

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Health care for all, from infancy to old age, is ensured by law and the national expenditure on health compares favorably with that of other developed countries. The challenge facing the welfare system is to devise appropriate and integrated strategies to address the alienation and the economic and social marginalisation of vast sectors of the population who are living in poverty, are vulnerable, and have special needs.

Pages: 448

Publisher: Brooks Cole; 1 edition (August 14, 2000)

ISBN: 053454942X

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