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He has devoted his career to the field of addiction and recovery. The important role of those who are spiritually gifted to offer encouragement, discernment, comfort, advice, compassion, and help to others is unquestionable. Both types of psychology focus on psychotherapy and on counseling. The position alsoincludes teaching in the undergraduate psychology program. She works on the relationship between trauma, emotion, cognition, and posttraumatic distress.

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Publisher: Basic Books (Short Disc) (October 1986)

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