Psychology and Psychotherapy: Theory, Research and Practice

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Volume 52 Issue 3 (September 1979), Pages 205-299

Towards a conceptual framework of psychotherapy: A personal view (pages 271-275)

A conceptual view of psychotherapy is put forward for discussion and debate. The view is a personal one based upon experience of life and the practice of psychotherapy over a 10 year period. Harmony between the therapist's personality, the process of therapy and the nature of good human relationships is important. Therapy is seen as a practical discipline and a creative art in which the focus should be upon the patient's existence now and what it could be tomorrow.

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