volume 26, issue 2, P71-72 1979
DOI: 10.1177/026455057902600217
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Abstract: tional psychoanalytic/object relation school to more radical approaches derived from the writings of Laing and Marcuse. Transactional analysis, gestalt and reality therapies, and cocounselling are amongst others reviewed, but rather than write or commission essays, Brigid Proctor has chosen to interview a representative practitioner from each model.It is the record of these interviews that forms the major part of the book and provides its distinctive character.To aid comparisons each interview 'was based on a…

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