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Features Common to All Brief Psychodynamic Therapies

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Table 3–2. Differences between brief and long-term psychodynamic psychotherapy
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Table 3–3. Brief dynamic psychotherapy inclusion and exclusion criteria
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Table 3–4. Brief dynamic models of psychotherapy

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