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Beyond Belief: Alternative Ways of Working with Delusions, Obsessions and Unusual Experiences

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Beyond Belief: Alternative Ways of Working with Delusions, Obsessions and Unusual Experiences
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Publisher: Peter Lehmann Publishing
Number of pages: 50

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Tamasin Knight's first book 'Beyond Belief' explores ways of helping people who have unusual beliefs. These are beliefs that may be called delusions, obsessions, or another kind of psychopathology. Extremely helpful to service users, workers and as the inspiration for a new self help group.

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