Clinical Health Psychology in Medical Settings: A Practitioner's Guidebook (Rev)
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For graduate students or practicing psychologists interested in developing expertise in clinical health psychology, provides information and advice on the core content of the field, professional roles and protocol, effective assessment and intervention strategies, ethical issues, and the malpractice risks. Revised from the 1987 Practice of Clinical Health Psychology published by Pergamon Press, with updated listings of resources and training programs and the latest concepts and practices of ethics and malpractice. Annotation copyright Book News, Inc. Portland, Or.
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