Handbook of Humor and Psychotherapy: Advances in the Clinical Use of Humor
In their first volume on this topic, the editors bring together the pioneers and innovators in the field to share their scholarship and techniques. The result is a comprehensive presentation on the role of humor in psychotherapy.
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THERAPEUTIC EFFECTS OF LAUGHTER
A SHIFT TO A NEW PERSPECTIVE
THE HUMOR DECISION
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