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Amanda M. N’zi

and Sheila M. Eyberg

DOI:
10.1093/med:psych/9780199733668.003.0018
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date: 18 September 2020

In their assumptions that the first author of our case study is a graduate student, young, not yet a parent, and Alvin’s therapist, the commentators are “4 for 4.” We thank them for their comments on this case. I (Eyberg) also want to acknowledge N’zi’s clinical acumen. A fourth-year graduate student at the time, N’zi had completed her clinical coursework and practica, had treated over 20 PCIT cases before working with Alvin, and recently received the departmental award for psychotherapy skill. PCIT is a difficult treatment to conduct, and Alvin’s presentation was challenging. This case study indeed demonstrates N’zi’s skill, experience, and talent....

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