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From the Publisher"This struggle of a beginning psychotherapist is reminiscent of the first chapter of Robert Coles's The Call of Stories (1990) wherein he speaks of his efforts to use theory to deal with his own uncertainties and the conflicting views he received about patients from his supervisors. . . . McCleary's thoughtful dialogue with theories gives them more stature than was granted by Coles. Her book will be useful, enjoyable reading both for beginning psychotherapists and for their teachers and supervisors."
- Stuart Averill, M.D., Contemporary Psychology