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Drawing up a list of potential counselling service providers. 7. Life difficulties can be challenging - but very positive outcomes can come from facing them. I am an art therapist and psychotherapist in Denver. Virtually anything a therapist says or does can be considered an aspect of technique that is based on some theoretical concept. American Journal of Family Therapy 35:221-233. 27 couples: 20 complete: multiple couples group 13/15; individual couples group 7/12; no significant differences between group results. 80% (43) traced at 6 mon: 46% (20) ‘a great deal better’; 49% (21) ‘helped somewhat’. (selina.li@camh.net) Macdonald AJ (1994) Brief therapy in adult psychiatry.

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