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Using Daydreams in Psychodynamic Psychotherapy
Female Adolescents, the Experience of Violence, and the Meaning of the Body
Existentialism and Constructivism: A Bi-Polar Model of Subjectivity
The Child as Fetish: Theoretical Considerations on the Etiology of Munchausen by Proxy Syndrome
How Race Affects the Helping Process: A Case of Cross Racial Therapy
Cooper M.; Lesser J.
Professional Identity for Clinical Social Workers: Impact of Changes in Health Care Delivery Systems
Carpenter M.C.; Platt S.
New Professionals' Preparedness for Clinical Social Work: Supervisors' Perspectives
Miller R.R.; Robb J.R.
Comment on James C. Raines, Self-Disclosure in Clinical Social Work
Response to Herbert S. Strean
Introduction to Book Reviews
Book Reviews The Analyst in the Inner City: Race, Class, and Culture Through a Psychoanalytic Lens. Neil Altman. Hillsdale, NJ and London: The Analytic Press. 1995, 188 pp, $ 29.95. Reaching Across Boundaries of Culture and Class: Widening the Scope of Psychotherapy. Rose Marie Perez Foster, Michael Moskowitz, Rafael Art. Javier, Eds. Northvale, NJ and London: Jason Aronson, Inc., 1996, 262 pp., $40.00
Book Reviews From Cognitive-Behavior Therapy to Psychotherapy Integration. Marvin R. Goldfried. NY: Springer Publishing Co. 1995, $42.95. Cognitive and Constructive Psychotherapies: Theory, Research, and Practice. Michael J. Mahoney, ed. NY: Springer Publishing Co. and the American Psychological Association. 1995, $38.95
Book Review The Good Marriage: How and Why Love Lasts. Judith S. Wallerstein and Sandra Blakeslee. Houghton Mifflin Company, N.Y., 1995, 350 pp., $22.95
Book Review: Oedipus and BeyondA Clinical Theory. J. Greenberg. Harvard University Press, 1991, 274 pp., $ 18.50
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