Cooper, Garry
July 2008
Psychotherapy Networker Magazine;Jul/Aug2008, Vol. 32 Issue 4, p13
The article offers information on issues related to psychotherapy. Clinicians should encourage clients to discuss their fears about the environment because these discussions can lead to healing for individuals. Computers and the Internet have rewired kids' brains to experience communication differently. Intensive psychoanalytic therapy helps schizophrenic patients keep a realistic perspective on their hallucinations.


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