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Diagnostik und Differenzialdiagnostik

  • M. Schützwohl

Zusammenfassung

Angesichts inzwischen vorliegender störungsspezifischer Therapieverfahren ergeben sich aus einer diagnostischen Zuordnung der in der Versorgungspraxis berichteten und beobachteten Symptomatik für den ärztlichen oder psychologischen Psychotherapeuten ganz konkret Handlungsanleitungen zur Durchführung von Maßnahmen die sich in der Regel in empirischen Überprüfungen als wirksam erwiesen haben.

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