Eckstein, Daniel G.
November 1976
Journal of Individual Psychology (00221805);Nov76, Vol. 32 Issue 2, p212
Academic Journal
Case Study
Presents a case study examining the early recollection changes following counseling. Basis of the final phase of counseling; Viability of long-term counseling to terminate negative childhood memories.


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