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De behandeling van automutilatie met behulp van een zelfcontroleprocedure

  • Kees van Wijk
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Samenvatting

In dit artikel wordt een model beschreven voor de behandeling van automutilatie, gebaseerd op zelfcontroleprincipes. De verschillende stappen worden geïllustreerd aan de hand van een voorbeeld en in de nabeschouwing worden in het kort onder meer enkele relativerende opmerkingen gemaakt ten aanzien van de veronderstelde werkzame elementen.

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