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Effectiveness Bank Matrix Cell: Elusively Important: The Practitioner in Psychosocial Therapies

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Drug and Alcohol Findings
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Key studies on the impact of the practitioner in psychosocial therapies. Takes Carl Rogers’ seminal work as its starting point, explains why being genuine sometimes means breaking the ‘rules’, and why effective therapy is not just a matter of being nice. Finally guides you through the complexities which - despite its obvious importance to clients - obscure the impact of the client-worker relationship.