Between Therapist and Client: The New Relationship

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During the last forty years American psychotherapists have been relationship. Psychoanalysts have maintained that therapists should be cool and neutral; humanists have advocated a warm, engaged relationship. From Michael Kahn's point of view, something crucial has been lost on both sides of the debate. Now, a new consensus seems to be emerging. This book looks at the nature of that consensus and why it has become possible.

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