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Grant, S.M. (1986). Personal Issues Facing the Psychotherapist in the National Health Service. Psychoanal. Psychother., 2(3):195-199.
   

(1986). Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy, 2(3):195-199

Personal Issues Facing the Psychotherapist in the National Health Service

Sandra M. Grant

This paper examines some of the stresses and challenges to be faced by a Consultant Psychotherapist with a psychoanalytical orientation who works in the National Health Service. It considers factors in the psychotherapist which may exacerbate the stress. Finally, it suggests some solutions.

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