Durable Change Through Intrinsic Motivation By Mark M. Lowis, LMSW, MINT, CEBP
When working with human subjects, the use of unproven approaches is simply not acceptable. Make a commitment to be evidence-based. Professionals must apply skills proven to;
It is your choice, and relatively easy to be evidence-based. One could say, it is harder to not be!
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