Value Perceptions of Integrative Health Care: A Study of Primary Care Physicians and Professional Clinical Counselors
Journal of Contemporary Psychotherapy
A study was conducted to identify value perceptions of primary care physicians and Professional Clinical Counselors on integrative health care. Surveys were collected from 54 primary care physicians and 33 Professional Clinical Counselors in Central Ohio. Quantitative and qualitative results indicate favorable perceptions and opportunities for professional collaboration.
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Kluwer Academic Publishers-Plenum Publishers
Hall, Scott; Miller, Holly L.; and Hunley, Sawyer, "Value Perceptions of Integrative Health Care: A Study of Primary Care Physicians and Professional Clinical Counselors" (2004). Counselor Education and Human Services Faculty Publications. 68.
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