use of positive statements in developmental group work and the growth of self-esteem.
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use of positive statements in developmental group work and the growth of self-esteem. by John Jordan

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Published by Action Research Project in Developmental Group Work, Department of Education, University College of Swansea in Swansea .
Written in English


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SeriesOccasional paper / Action Research Project in Developmental Group Work -- No.9
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Open LibraryOL21767649M

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