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(p. 345) Research on Conducting Psychotherapy with Mental Health Professionals 

(p. 345) Research on Conducting Psychotherapy with Mental Health Professionals
(p. 345) Research on Conducting Psychotherapy with Mental Health Professionals

Jesse D. Geller

, John C. Norcross

, and David E. Orlinsky

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date: 18 January 2021

This chapter has two primary purposes. The first is to present a practice-friendly research review on such basic questions as: How frequently do psychotherapists treat other therapists? What are the characteristics of these therapist-patients? Who are the therapists’ therapists? What treatment modalities are typically offered? What distinguishes the treatment of mental health professionals compared to lay persons? The second purpose is to contribute to the development of an organized body of knowledge that can effectively guide the work of therapists who are therapists of fellow mental health professionals.

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