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Doug Wear, PhD is Director of Antioch University Seattle Psychology and Community Counseling Clinic. USU Psychology Community Clinic - Integrated practicum that provides didactic and experiential knowledge to a wide range of clients (child, adolescent, adults) and clinical diagnoses. Sexton’s large background in presenting at workshops, well over 300, has continued to enable his effective research to be shared among a wide range of colleagues.

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Publisher: NavPress (April 15, 2009)

ISBN: 1600068316

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