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Dr Brendan McPhillips

 


Dr Brendan McPhillips is a psychotherapist working in private practive in sydney. He completed the ANZAP Diploma of Psychotherapy in the mid-nineties and has just finished the Master of Medicine in Psychotherapy at Sydney University.  Brendan McPhillips  has a special interest in the process of therapy as it affects therapists.

Brendan McPhillips
Brendan McPhillips

 

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What happens to the therapist in therapy?2007

 

 

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