Short-term Psychodynamic Psychiatry

By: Rawson, Penny

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London, United Kingdom: Karnac Books, 2002. 299pp looks unused. By addressing the gap in current literature on this subject, the author hopes to bring this form of treatment to the attention of a wider audience, and in doing so, increase basic awareness of this key treatment. In order to make this a more accepted practice, Rawson roots the concept in tradition, and links it to the work of other experts in the field, but succeeds in not detracting from the focus of the book as an introduction to the concept. With her accessible, open style, Rawson also succeeds in making this a book that can offer a more informed choice on psychotherapeutic treatment to a community that can but benefit from her work, and in doing so, fills the gap in the literature where this book should be.. Paperback. Very Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

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