With "accountability" fast becoming the byword of the age, psychotherapists are challenged to demonstrate both the therapeutic and cost effectiveness of their interventions. While traditionally these two goals have been considered mutually exclusive, new research on the briefer therapies appears to show that less can sometimes be more. Fewer sessions of a carefully planned, focused and well-executed short-term intervention may contribute more to positive change that protracted analysis. "Forms of Brief Therapy" is the ...

Forms of Brief Therapy 1983, Guilford Publications, New York, NY

ISBN-13: 9780898629002

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Forms of Brief Therapy 1981, Guilford Publications, New York, NY

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