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Psychogenic Dissociation in Childhood: The Role of the Counseling Psychologist
Reviews the literature on psychogenic dissociative disorders in children so as to highlight the unique characteristics and needs of this population. Discusses three central ideas, such as the role of the counseling psychologist in the research, assessment and treatment of dissociatively disordered children, and emphasizes contributions counseling psychologists can make. (RJM)
Author/Creator: Richardson, Lisa Frey
Date Published: Jan
Journal/Secondary Title: Counseling Psychologist
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Theme issue: "Multicultural Counseling Training."
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