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Completed in 1967
Completed in 1985
Completed in 1965
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The most effective vehicle for positive change is the close relationship between client and therapist. The focus is partially on current issues and contributions to problems by traumatic past experiences.Psychological problems arise in the context of relationships and the examinatiion of relationships in a safe and secure therapy setting is often crucial to internal change The therapy is interpersonal thereby making issues of empathy and intimacy available for attention.