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(p. 254) Treating Psychotherapists with Cognitive Therapy 

(p. 254) Treating Psychotherapists with Cognitive Therapy
(p. 254) Treating Psychotherapists with Cognitive Therapy

Judith S. Beck

and Andrew C. Butler

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date: 01 March 2021

This chapter explores treating psychotherapists with cognitive therapy. It considers the general principles of treatment, the nature of the therapeutic relationship, difficulties in the therapeutic relationship, making mistakes in therapy, and practical and psychological problems with therapist-patients (boundaries, and countertransference issues).

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