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Growing Yourself Up

Growing Yourself Up by Jenny Brown, ISBN: 9781921497971
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ISBN: 9781921497971
Publisher: Exisle
Published: 1 March, 2012
Format: Paperback
Language: English
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Editions: 3 other editions of this product

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Growing Yourself Up

Jenny Brown is the founder and director of the Family Systems Institute in Sydney, Australia, where she has a counselling practice and trains mental health professionals and organisations. She has trained and earned academic awards at the University of Sydney and Columbia University New York. Additionally, Jenny has completed many years of post-graduate education in systems approaches to counselling at Relationships Australia, Sydney; the Family Institute of Westchester, New York; and the Tavistock and Portman in London. She is currently undertaking PhD research at the University of New South Wales into parents' experiences of their adolescents' mental health treatment.

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