Case Studies

Case Studies
Rapport Issue


Publication Date

October 28th 2017


Suzanne Henwood

The use of the term ‘case study’ is fairly common in a number of different contexts. It is often used, for example, in medicine, psychiatry and coaching to refer to one client case of interest, which is described and discussed with colleagues in peer support and development or clinical supervision for example....


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