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Section 28
A Therapist’s Guide to Brief Cognitive
Behavioral Therapy

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- Cully, J.A., & Teten, A.L. A Therapist’s Guide to Brief Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. Department of Veterans Affairs South Central MIRECC, Houston. 2008. Pg. 44-57.
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