Covering the Field

March 2007
Psychotherapy Networker Magazine;Mar/Apr2007, Vol. 31 Issue 2, p38
The article presents information on the top 10 cover art of the publication. Based on the article, the cover of the September/October 1984 issue encouraged therapists into the field of family therapy. The image of the book "DSM-IV" on the May/June 1995 issue is said to be perfect because the issue explored how the book helped the profession of psychiatry. The cover of the March/April 2001 issue, which is also the first "Psychotherapy Network," dealt with the impact of technology on therapists.


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