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James, O. (1984). The Role of the Nurse-Therapist Relationship in the Therapeutic Community. Int. R. Psycho-Anal., 11:151-159.
   

(1984). International Review of Psycho-Analysis, 11:151-159

The Role of the Nurse-Therapist Relationship in the Therapeutic Community

Oliver James

SUMMARY

Active communication between nurse and therapist is advocated if the patient's relation to the community is to be exploited for therapeutic gains. However, reasons are advanced for supposing that this relationship is inherently problematic, and requires careful structuring and supervision, if anti-therapeutic distortions are to be avoided.

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