By Dr Pamela A Hays, Gayle Y Iwamasa PH.D.
Integrating cultural impacts into cognitive behavioural treatment (CBT), this publication describes the applying of CBT with humans of numerous cultures and discusses how therapists can refine CBT to extend its effectiveness with consumers of many cultures.
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