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Psychotherapy theory and practice are often viewed as divergent and fragmented, with clinicians often critical of the relevance of theory to the reality of practice. This book unifies theory and practice by focusing on the role of meaning in both modern psychological theory and in the practice of therapy. It explores a range of psychological influences on meaning and examines the impact that significant events and psychological disorders can have on an individual's sense of meaning.
Release date NZ
April 23rd, 1997
Edited by Chris R. Brewin
Edited by Mick Power
Country of Publication
John Wiley & Sons Ltd
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