Supervision and Instruction in Postgraduate Psychotherapy Integration
I accepted the invitation to prepare this chapter in September of 1990. At the time of the charge by the editors, the launch of the Institute for Integrated Training in Psychotherapy (IITP) was still a week away.
KeywordsBehavior Therapy Sequential Model Training Institute Borderline Personality Disorder Cyclical Model
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