Haber, Phil; Cloyd, Richard; Starr-Karlin, Larry; Azzara, Roberta; Zuska, Leslie
January 2008
Psychotherapy Networker Magazine;Jan2008, Vol. 32 Issue 1, p11
Several letters to the editor are presented including "Homage to Jay Haley," by Mary Sykes Wylie in November and December 2007 issue, "Hello Darkness," by Steven Hayes in September and October 2007 issue, and "Supershrinks," in the November and December 2007 issue.


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