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Conjoint versus one-person family therapy: further evidence for the effectiveness of conducting family therapy through one person with drug-abusing adolescents



Conjoint versus one-person family therapy: further evidence for the effectiveness of conducting family therapy through one person with drug-abusing adolescents



Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology 54(3): 395-397




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DOI: 10.1037/0022-006x.54.3.395


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