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(1985). Two and a Half Cheers. Brit. J. Psychother., 1(3):224-225.

(1985). British Journal of Psychotherapy, 1(3):224-225

Two and a Half Cheers

Sir,

Congratulations on the first edition of the new Journal.

The clinical commentary was fascinating with each of the discussants raising interesting points on the case presented. Yet, regardless of the different theoretical perspectives which emphasize various aspects of the case and particularly of the

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