An Ethical Issue in the Psychotherapy of Pain and Other Symptoms
BIOETHICS 4(1): 22-32, January 1990
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Merskey, H. (1990-01)Pain presents an ethical problem in psychotherapy which it shares with other symptoms. It presents this problem because initially it does not give rise to the same expectations as overt psychological complaints such ...
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Merskey, H. (1994-12)