Psychotherapy and the Remote Patient (Psychotherapy Patient)

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She works with all ages and populations with a passion for those suffering from severe and persistent mental challenges, women with a history of sexual trauma and adolescents and young adults who are struggling with self-identity and independence. Newspapers, radio, television—all of media has promoted every which type of shrink in all possible avatars. Please see my bio and website for further information about how I work: During our work together you will gain a broader awareness of yourself and your life and your ability and confidence to handle future struggles will grow.

Pages: 136

Publisher: Psychology Press (April 17, 1990)

ISBN: 0866569715

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