The Transtheoretical Approach: Crossing Traditional Boundaries of Therapy
Covering the process of change, this book shows that there are three dimensions: temporal aspects of the process, the principles of change in mechanisms, and levels of change indicating problems addressed. This is applied to problems such as psychic distress, marital problems and addictions.
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In search of a synthesis
Three cases of vaginismus
The stages of change
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