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Jennifer Fee, Psy.D.

Thank you for a thoughtful post on socratic dialogue. I find this topic to be the most difficult part of teaching CBT. I am a big Padesky fan, however, what a great idea to look outside of our field (Paul) for help with clarifying the purpose and process of socratic dialogue.


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