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Jongsma, A. E., Jr., & Peterson, L. M. (1995).
The complete psychotherapy treatment planner
Jongsma, A. E., Jr., Peterson, L. M., & McInnis, W. P. (1996).
The child and adolescent psychotherapy
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Meyer, R. G., & Deitsch, S. E. (1996).
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Morrison, J. (1995).
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Seligman, L. (1998).
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Wiger, D. E. (1999).
The clinical documentation sourcebook: A comprehensive collection of mental health
practice forms, handouts, and records
Hundreds of web sites now present information about the diagnosis and treatment of mental disorders
both for practitioners, clients and their families. Most web sites contain information for all of these
constituencies. We have included some of the best available sites available; however, some information
and treatments may not be accurately or fully described. Other treatments are controversial and are not
accepted standards of practice. Individuals with mental disorders should receive face to face treatment by
a licensed mental health professional. We have avoided sites where treatment is offered online or through
sales of books and materials. Most information about childhood disorders can be found in the section on
children and adolescents.
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