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Adult Clients' Experience of Walk-and-Talk Therapy

  title={Adult Clients' Experience of Walk-and-Talk Therapy},
  author={Denice Crowe Clark},
Adult Clients’ Experience of Walk-and-Talk Therapy by Denice Crowe Clark MFT, Mercer University School of Medicine, 2008 BS, University of South Carolina, 1986 Dissertation Submitted in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy Human Services Walden University May 2019 Abstract Standards of healthcare exist to promote beneficent treatment; however, treatment approaches are sometimes not supported by research, creating potential ethical issues for clinicians… 



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