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Training in Psychotherapy the Aberdeen University Diploma Course: Second Report

  • J. D. Haldane (a1), D. A. Alexander (a1), J. G. Hebditch (a1) and L. G. Walker (a1)
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Our intention in this paper is to describe recent developments in the aims, content and organization of a psychotherapy course which began in 1965 (Millar et al 1968) and the factors which have influenced these developments.

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Training in Psychotherapy the Aberdeen University Diploma Course: Second Report

  • J. D. Haldane (a1), D. A. Alexander (a1), J. G. Hebditch (a1) and L. G. Walker (a1)
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