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Bartering in Psychotherapy & Counseling


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Bartering in Psychotherapy and Counseling

Codes of Ethics on Bartering in Psychotherapy and Counseling


Bartering in Psychotherapy and Counseling


Bartering & Trading - In General

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Additional References

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  • Zur, O. (2004). A chicken for a session: Bartering in therapy. Voices, 40 /1, 75-80.

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