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Manuale
Originalmanual: Klerman G, Weissman MM, Rounsaville B, Chevron E. Interpersonal Psychotherapy  of Depression. New York, Basic Books, 1984.

Schramm E. Interpersonelle Psychotherapie. 4. Ausg. Stuttgart: Schattauer, 2019.

Schramm E, Klecha D. Interpersonelle Psychotherapie in der Gruppe. Stuttgart, Schattauer, 2010.

Weissman MM, Markowitz JC, Klerman G. The guide to Interpersonal Psychotherapy: Updated and Expanded, New York: Oxford Press 2018.

 

Weitere Bücher und Manual in Englisch:

https://interpersonalpsychotherapy.org/resources-links/books-manuals/ 

 

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