Journal of Psychotherapy Practice and Research 5 (4)

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dc.descriptionVolume 5(4): Winter 1996. This item contains the PDF files for the entire issue. Limited to on-campus access only. Off-campus users must use VPN to access files within this item.en
dc.description.tableofcontentsTasman, A., & Kay, J. A Need for Advocacy. 277-278. Rush, A. J., Gabbard, G. O., Thase, M. E., & Sledge, W. H. Research and the Practice of Psychotherapy. 279-281. Gabbard, G. O. Response. 281-282. Thase, M. E. Response. 283-284. Sledge, W. H. Response. 285-286. Horwitz, L., Gabbard, G. O., Allen, J. G., Colson, D. B., Frieswyk, S. Newsom, G. E., & Coyne, L. Tailoring the Psychotherapy to the Borderline Patient. 287-306. Mergenthaler, E., & Kachele, H. Applying Multiple Computerized Text-Analytic Measures to Single Psychotherapy Cases. 307-317. Caligor, E. Annotated Psychodynamic Bibliography for Residents in Psychiatry. 318-340. Kay, J., Gabbard, G. O., & Greist, J. Is Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy Relevant to the Treatment of OCD? 341-354. Book Reviews. 355-357. Letter. 358.en
dc.identifier.citationJ Psychother Pract Resen
dc.publisherAmerican Psychiatric Associationen
dc.titleJournal of Psychotherapy Practice and Research 5 (4)en