*Goal-Directed Psychotherapy
*Goal-Directed Psychotherapy
Author: Stanley E. Slivkin
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Goal-Directed Psychotherapy is a coordinated effort to effect limited changes in specific behavioral responses. This effort utilizes those cognitive, conative (the faculty of striving, making an effort), or affective (dealing with moods or emotions) components of mental functioning that are available in any individual or group of individuals. (9 pp.)

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