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posted on 19.02.2007, 11:46 by John Cromby
This paper argues that the mainstream of psychology is misconceived in ways which make it largely unsuitable as a basis for clinical interventions. Why do we need a new way of thinking about work with distressed individuals? What is wrong with the many different styles of therapy and intervention already in use?

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CROMBY, J., 2006. Fundamental questions for psychology. Clinical Psychology Forum, 162, pp. 9-12

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© British Psychological Society

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2006

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This article was published in Clinical Psychology Forum [© British Psychological Forum] and is available at: http://www.bps.org.uk/.

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1747-5732

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