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The Therapeutic Relationship in Complementary Health Care, 1st Edition

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Annie Mitchell & Maggie Cormack
Research-based and clinically relevant, this patient centered text explores the crucial role of "non-specific" aspects of treatment: trust, care, positive expectations and understanding in the healing process. Explores how the important relationship ...view more
Research-based and clinically relevant, this patient centered text explores the crucial role of "non-specific" aspects of treatment: trust, care, positive expectations and understanding in the healing process. Explores how the important relationship between patient and therapist provides the context for healing through research evidence from placebo studies, psychotherapy outcome studies, and studies of doctor/patient communication.
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Research-based and clinically relevant, this patient centered text explores the crucial role of "non-specific" aspects of treatment: trust, care, positive expectations and understanding in the healing process. Explores how the important relationship between patient and therapist provides the context for healing through research evidence from placebo studies, psychotherapy outcome studies, and studies of doctor/patient communication.

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By Annie Mitchell, BSc, MA, MSc, CPsychol, Lecturer in Clinical and Community Psychology, Department of Psychology, Washington Singer Laboratories, University of Exeter, Exeter, UK; and Maggie Cormack, BA, MA, MPsychol, PhD, AFBPsS, CPsychol, Honorary Research Fellow, Department of Psychology, Washington Singer Laboratories, University of Exter, Exter, UK