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Gurvitz, M.S. (1974). Psychotherapy. Ralph W. Heine. Englewood Cliffs: Prentice-Hall, 1971. 170 pp.. Psychoanal. Rev., 61(3):488-489.

(1974). Psychoanalytic Review, 61(3):488-489

Psychotherapy. Ralph W. Heine. Englewood Cliffs: Prentice-Hall, 1971. 170 pp.

Review by:
Milton S. Gurvitz

Heine has done a remarkable job of succinctly and objectively describing the nature of psychotherapy, psychodiagnosis, and the various forms of therapy. He places special emphasis on psychoanalysis, behavior therapy, and client-centered therapy. A final chapter presents a comprehensive survey of the newer and emergent forms of therapy. Beginning therapists will find this book a mine of information and an excellent introduction; more experienced therapists will be rewarded by an excellent review of other forms of therapy.

Heine is not content to merely summarize what is known.

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