Informed Entry Into Counseling: Client's Perceptions and Preferences Resulting From Different Types and Amounts of Pretherapy Information
Lewis, Kathleen N.
Epperson, Douglas L. and Foley, Jeanne
JOURNAL OF COUNSELING PSYCHOLOGY 1989 July; 36(3): 279-285
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