Therapy American style person power through self-help by Kenneth B. Matheny

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Published by Nelson-Hall in Chicago .

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  • Success -- United States.,
  • Personality change.,
  • Psychotherapy.

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StatementKenneth B. Matheny, Richard J. Riordan.
ContributionsRiordan, Richard J., joint author.
LC ClassificationsBF637.S8 M33
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Paginationviii, 285 p. :
Number of Pages285
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Open LibraryOL4402863M
ISBN 100882294172
LC Control Number79004283

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