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December 20, 2014

ISSN 1757-7993

 

Welcome to Contemporary Psychotherapy. With the
professional community of psychotherapists and Dresden 3
counsellors in mind, Contemporary Psychotherapy
aims to be progressive, inquiring and creative, to
encourage interactive debate with its international
readership and to address rather than avoid the
possibly contentious.

 

Volume 6 no 2 Winter 2014

Articles:
Deborah Davies Editorial
Hyunho Khang Conflicts for East-Asians
Sheri Heller Blinded by Darkness
Erin Hope Thompson The Loss Foundation
Aaron Balick Technology, Social Media + Psychotherapy
Debbie Daniels Permanently Cheated Part 2

Reviews:
Peter Jenkins Corralling psychotherapy research
Brad McLean A Psychotherapy for the People
Polly Mortimer Fifty Shrinks
Jane Edwards Probably Nothing
Lynda Woodroffe Sexual Diversity
Sue Murphy Therapists and Professional Negligence
Jacqueline Lucas Palmer Maps of the Stars

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