WHAT, WHEN AND FOR WHAT: A SUGGESTED MULTI/MODAL APPROACH TO THERAPY

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Abstract

ABSTRACT

This case study illustrates the manner in which widely divergent modalities of treatment were used with the same patient, at different times and within different theoretical frameworks. The suggestion is made that while the therapeutic relationship is the generic basis for therapeutic improvement, such improvement can be enhanced by the added use of more sophisticated therapeutic techniques. A number of implications relating to therapists' training and therapeutic practice are discussed.

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