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Book Review

Handbook of Integrated Short-Term Psychotherapy

John J. Schwab

Published: January 1, 2004

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This book is destined to have a bright future. It addresses the ways in which psychiatrists and other therapists can use the available brief psychotherapies and integrate them according to patient need. To do so effectively, it is necessary to know their indications and contraindications, and, only then, select, switch, and/or integrate the various psychotherapies as considered necessary. Specifically, the focus is on the supportive, cognitivebehavioral, interpersonal, and psychoanalytically base dexpressive-supportive therapies.

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Volume: 65

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