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Formulation in Action: Applying Psychological Theory to Clinical Practice

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Formulation in Action: Applying Psychological Theory to Clinical Practice
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Publisher: De Gruyter Open Ltd
ISBN/ASIN: 3110470993
Number of pages: 214

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When people seek psychological support, formulation is the theory-driven methodology used by many practitioners to guide identification of the processes, mechanisms, and patterns of behaviour that appear to be contributing to the presenting difficulties. In this volume, we present multiple demonstrations of formulation in action -- written by applied psychologists embedded in clinical training, research, and practice.

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