When You Don't Know Where to Turn
by Steven J. Bartlett
Publisher: Contemporary Books, Inc. 1987
Number of pages: 312
This book is about how you can get the most appropriate kind of help for your problems, goals, and personality. The book sets out to help you become adequately informed about the range of therapists and therapies -- as these relate to your own assessment of your goals and interests.
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