Very Good. Hardcover; light fading, light shelf wear to exterior; remainder mark on lo wer outside page edge; otherwise contents in very good condition with clean text, firm binding. Dust jacket, light fading, light shelf wear.
Fine in very good dust jacket. fine copy in very good D/J; appears nearly new & unread; without marking, highlighting, underlining, or other apparent damage; spine & binding are strong & tight; very useful copy; Sewn binding. Paper over boards. 392 p. Audience: General/trade. a guide to the use of confrontation in psychotherapy; by two of the most famous psychotherapists in the field;
Very good in very good dust jacket. PRINTED TEXT LOOKS UNREAD; (shelf G12); Hardcover; VG+ condition; light shelfwear; "A very useful book as seventeen skilled psychotherapists focus on a therapeutic technique"; 392p;
Fair. 392 pages. Hardcover, no dustjacket. Reading copy. PSYCHOTHERAPY. A collection of essays written by a group of experienced psychotherapists striving to put into words aspects of the process of confrontation that they have considered to be significant. Though some of the authors have attempted to approach the topic from a broad and some from an in-depth perspective, none would claim to have arrived at an ultimate conceptualization of the issue. Includes an Index. "...The theoretical material is related to a wealth of clinical material and the style is always highly readable."-Mortimer Meyer, Ph.D. (Key Words: Confrontation, Transference, Gerald Adler, Psychotherapy, Paul G. Myerson, Regression, Therapists, John Murray, Narcissism, Sigmund Freud, Borderline Patients, Countertransference, Adolescent Patients).
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