11. Utbildning och kompetens i psykoterapi

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Vi diskuterar betydelsen av bland annat utbildning, kompetens och följsamhet till manualer när det kommer till psykoterapi tillsammans med vår gäst Osame Salim. Vi berör bland annat frågor som; blir man en bättre terapeut av att fortbilda sig? Får man bättre resultat av att bli bättre på specifika manualer? Är psykologer bättre än exempelvis gymnasielärare på att bedriva psykoterapi? Vad är överhuvudtaget psykoterapi och hur kan man lära sig det?

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