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Brilliant. The philosophical aspect of psychological treatment is overlooked far too often. This book has served the basis for countless papers and projects I've engaged in throughout my required coursework. Read full review
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This book was absolutely amazing. While none of the theory was new to me, since I am already very familiar with trauma studies and trauma theory, I still learned a lot. Brison discusses the ... Read full review
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