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Anger Management: Cognitive Therapy Interventions
Anger Management: Cognitive Behavioral Interventions - 10 CEUs

Section 27
Micro Aggression Implications for Clinical Practice

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-Sue, Derald Wing; Christina M. Capodilupo; Gina C. Torino; Jennifer M. Bucceri; Aisha M. B. Holder; Kevin L. Nadal; and Marta Esquilin. Racial Microaggressions in Everyday Life Implications for Clinical Practice. American Psychologist, May-June 2007, The California Department of Developmental Services, p 1-16.
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