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Ryle, A. Spencer, J. Yawetz, C. (1992). When Less is More or at Least Enough Two Case Examples of 16-Session Cognitive Analytic Therapy. Brit. J. Psychother., 8(4):401-412.
  

(1992). British Journal of Psychotherapy, 8(4):401-412

Brief Psychotherapy

When Less is More or at Least Enough Two Case Examples of 16-Session Cognitive Analytic Therapy

Anthony Ryle, DM, FRCPsych, Jose Spencer and Christine Yawetz

The need for a more general use of time-limited psychotherapy is argued, and an integrated approach - Cognitive Analytic Therapy - is briefly described. The 16 and 24 session therapies of two patients with extensive previous treatment histories are described, indicating the potential value of time-limited work in this model.

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