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Implementing psychotherapy guidelines: putting a logbook into practice

  • Chris Maloney (a1)
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The integration of medical/‘biologial’ and psychological approaches to the human mind is unique to psychiatric training. There have been past tensions between the two views, but the ability to integrate them is increasingly recognised as an indispensable contribution of our profession to mental health care as a whole.

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Implementing psychotherapy guidelines: putting a logbook into practice

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