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Experience, contradiction, narrative & imagination : selected papers of David Epston and Michael White, 1989-1991
Bib ID 563463
Format BookBook
Description Adelaide : Dulwich Centre Publications, 1992 
206 p. ; 21 cm. 
ISBN 0646094556
Notes

Edited by Jane Hales. .

"...a collection of papers that were published... between 1989 and 1991"--Colophon.

Includes bibliographies.

Subjects Family psychotherapy -- Case studies.  |  Psychotherapy.  |  Family therapy.
Other authors/contributors Hales, Jane  |  Epston, David  |  White, Michael (Michael Kingsley)

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