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The role of the psychotherapist as consultant to in-patient psychiatric units

  • Mike Hobbs (a1)
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The psychotherapist as consultant to in-patient psychiatric units may undertake any one of a number of specific tasks. Central to, and common to these, is his support of the effective work of the psychiatric unit's staff. The consultant's contribution is directed primarily towards enabling the staff to utilise themselves, i.e. their selves, to the full in their treatment of the patients.

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