The Traumatic Neuroses of War

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Empathic competencies in violent offenders? E., Manfredi, A., Milone, A., Nocentini, A., Pisano, S., & Masi, G. (2015). Here, we explore the ethical issues that emerge when therapists socialize in non-professional settings with ongoing clients. Furthermore, understanding the fetus as a patient in its own right encourages conceiving of the mother and fetus as beings with entirely separate interests, which may then be in conflict as easily as aligned. Those opposed to this because ‘an unbelieving generation always seeks a miraculous sign’ ends up denying the fact that while Jesus rightly challenged such unbelief, he then went ahead and performed many miracles.

Pages: 270

Publisher: Martino Fine Books (July 25, 2012)

ISBN: 1614273332

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