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Restorying the journey: Enriching practice before training

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Restorying the journey: Enriching practice before training. / Randall, James; Oliver, Sarah; Scott, Jacqueline; Lyons, Amy; Morgan, Hannah ; Saffer, Jessica; Nolte, Lizette.

Surviving Clinical Psychology: Navigating Personal, Professional and Political Selves on the Journey to Qualification. ed. / James Randall. London : Routledge, 2020. p. 45-60.

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Harvard

Randall, J, Oliver, S, Scott, J, Lyons, A, Morgan, H, Saffer, J & Nolte, L 2020, Restorying the journey: Enriching practice before training. in J Randall (ed.), Surviving Clinical Psychology: Navigating Personal, Professional and Political Selves on the Journey to Qualification. Routledge, London, pp. 45-60. <https://www.taylorfrancis.com/chapters/edit/10.4324/9780429428968-4/restorying-journey-james-randall-sarah-oliver-jacqui-scott-amy-lyons-hannah-morgan-jessica-saffer-lizette-nolte?context=ubx&refId=3c1e0f4c-129d-489a-b7e0-eb9d6331b1d6>

APA

Randall, J., Oliver, S., Scott, J., Lyons, A., Morgan, H., Saffer, J., & Nolte, L. (2020). Restorying the journey: Enriching practice before training. In J. Randall (Ed.), Surviving Clinical Psychology: Navigating Personal, Professional and Political Selves on the Journey to Qualification (pp. 45-60). Routledge. https://www.taylorfrancis.com/chapters/edit/10.4324/9780429428968-4/restorying-journey-james-randall-sarah-oliver-jacqui-scott-amy-lyons-hannah-morgan-jessica-saffer-lizette-nolte?context=ubx&refId=3c1e0f4c-129d-489a-b7e0-eb9d6331b1d6

Vancouver

Randall J, Oliver S, Scott J, Lyons A, Morgan H, Saffer J et al. Restorying the journey: Enriching practice before training. In Randall J, editor, Surviving Clinical Psychology: Navigating Personal, Professional and Political Selves on the Journey to Qualification. London: Routledge. 2020. p. 45-60

Author

Randall, James ; Oliver, Sarah ; Scott, Jacqueline ; Lyons, Amy ; Morgan, Hannah ; Saffer, Jessica ; Nolte, Lizette. / Restorying the journey: Enriching practice before training. Surviving Clinical Psychology: Navigating Personal, Professional and Political Selves on the Journey to Qualification. editor / James Randall. London : Routledge, 2020. pp. 45-60

Bibtex

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