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Volume 53 Issue 1 (March 1980), Pages i-i, 1-94

Written communications in psychotherapy (pages 11-18)

Psychotherapists frequently receive unsolicited written communications from their patients. Surprisingly, this phenomenon has received scant attention in the literature. This paper suggests possible reasons, and offers a conceptual framework for understanding and using such material in treatment.

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