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Voice Therapy: A Psychotherapeutic Approach to Self-Destructive Behavior

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This work provides clinicians with a detailed description of Voice Therapy, a cognitive/affective/behavioral technique developed by Dr. Firestone that can be used to elicit and bring to the foreground negative thought patterns antithetical to the self and cynical toward others.
Hardcover, 291 pages
Published August 1st 1988 by Human Sciences Pr
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