Brain Injury and Neuropsychological Rehabilitation: International Perspectives

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brain injury, it can be used to help them face the realities of life in a more productive manner, as the following quote from Jung's early work clearly demonstrated: ". . . the principal aim of psychotherapy is not to transport the patient to an impossible state of happiness, but to help him acquire steadfastness and philosophic patience in the face of suffering" ( Jung, 1957, p. 81).


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