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Digital Subscriptions > Skeptical Inquirer > Sept/october 2019 > Countering the Pseudoscience in Psychotherapy for the Young

Countering the Pseudoscience in Psychotherapy for the Young

Pseudoscience in Child and Adolescent Psychotherapy: A Skeptical Field Guide is a new book with multiple authors edited by Stephen Hupp. They point out that “It is difficult to prove that something works, especially in the field of psychotherapy, and particularly in attempting to help children.” There is little research on children, and research in adults may not apply to children. This very useful book addresses this neglected field. It does a wonderful job of separating psychotherapeutic treatments that have been scientifically proven to work and therapies that are based on pseudoscience.

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