02322nam 2200577 a 450 991045742400332120200520144314.00-429-89704-90-429-47227-71-283-44861-097866134486131-84940-957-9(CKB)2550000000079599(EBL)845525(OCoLC)774601331(SSID)ssj0000621399(PQKBManifestationID)11379382(PQKBTitleCode)TC0000621399(PQKBWorkID)10616935(PQKB)11216632(MiAaPQ)EBC845525(Au-PeEL)EBL845525(CaPaEBR)ebr10529590(CaONFJC)MIL344861(EXLCZ)99255000000007959920120223d2012 uy 0engurcn|||||||||txtccrBeing a therapist[electronic resource] a practioner's handbook /Mavis KleinLondon Karnac20121 online resource (168 p.)Includes index.0-367-10094-0 1-78049-019-4 Cover; Copy Right; Content; ABOUT THE AUTHOR; INTRODUCTION; CHAPTER ONE: Zeitgeist; CHAPTER TWO: Believing; CHAPTER THREE: Thinking; CHAPTER FOUR: Five personality types; CHAPTER FIVE: FeelingOur contemporary world is one in which 'the customer is always right', and therapists, like many other professionals, are increasingly beset by rules and regulations that undermine their authority and autonomy. While many books emphasize the therapist's duties and obligations in maintaining the well being of his or her clients, this book is intended to redress the balance in favour of emphasizing the well being of the therapist.Mavis Klein draws on her thirty-five years of experience as an individual, group, and family therapist to provide trainee and beginner therapists with confidence in the pBehavior therapyElectronic books.Behavior therapy.616.8914Klein Mavis457277MiAaPQMiAaPQMiAaPQBOOK9910457424003321Being a therapist1895127UNINA