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Emotive-Reconstructive Therapy, a recently developed therapeutic modality deriving from cognitive theory, may be a promising short-term approach to psychopathology. Combining the use of imagery with selective hyperventilation, a therapist induces patients to reexperience past events, and subsequently to radically reconstrue themselves and significant others(More)
Following a critical review of halfway house outcomes studies, the authors concluded that the effectiveness of halfway houses in facilitating the independent functioning of psychiatric clients in the community is open to question. It appears that because major deficiencies in the areas of autonomous atmospheres, employment training and community adjustment(More)
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