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Beyond the therapy room; reflections on clinical psychology provision beyond direct work: specialist Symposium focusing on indirect work

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Beyond the therapy room; reflections on clinical psychology provision beyond direct work : specialist Symposium focusing on indirect work. / Harper, Ben.

2012. Paper presented at British Psychological Society, Division of Clinical Psychology Annual Conference, London.

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Harper, B 2012, 'Beyond the therapy room; reflections on clinical psychology provision beyond direct work: specialist Symposium focusing on indirect work', Paper presented at British Psychological Society, Division of Clinical Psychology Annual Conference, London, 10/12/09.

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Harper, B. (2012). Beyond the therapy room; reflections on clinical psychology provision beyond direct work: specialist Symposium focusing on indirect work. Paper presented at British Psychological Society, Division of Clinical Psychology Annual Conference, London.

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Harper B. Beyond the therapy room; reflections on clinical psychology provision beyond direct work: specialist Symposium focusing on indirect work. 2012. Paper presented at British Psychological Society, Division of Clinical Psychology Annual Conference, London.

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Harper, Ben. / Beyond the therapy room; reflections on clinical psychology provision beyond direct work : specialist Symposium focusing on indirect work. Paper presented at British Psychological Society, Division of Clinical Psychology Annual Conference, London.

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