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CLP 4374 - PSYCHOTHERAPY Spring, 2003 Professor: Marilyn Montgomery, Ph.D. Office Hours: DM 288, Fridays, 7:30 9:30 am Phone: 305-348-6679 Teaching Assistant: Lisa Waid, M.S. Call 305-348-2880 for appointment. Email: Use WCT's mailbox. Course Website A course calendar, a copy of the syllabus, quiz grades, announcements, and other course resources will be posted on our class website. Go to WCT (on FIU home page)...

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4374 CLP - PSYCHOTHERAPY Spring, 2003 Professor: Marilyn Montgomery, Ph.D. Office Hours: DM 288, Fridays, 7:30 9:30 am Phone: 305-348-6679 Teaching Assistant: Lisa Waid, M.S. Call 305-348-2880 for appointment. Email: Use WCT's mailbox. Course Website A course calendar, a copy of the syllabus, quiz grades, announcements, and other course resources will be posted on our class website. Go to WCT (on FIU home page) and follow instructions to find our course. Course Description Current approaches to the treatment and improvement of psychological disorders and psychological adjustment are surveyed. Emphas...

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