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Re: [xmca] CHAT and Carers for people with Mental Health or Health Problems.

Dear Nektarios Alexi,   You and your colleague might find useful Marian Naidoo's doctoral thesis in the collection at:


You can access it directly from:


On 3 Jul 2012, at 06:39, Nektarios Alexi wrote:

> Does someone has in mind or has someone has done a study or write an article in regards of people that are carers for someone who is dealing with mental health problems or health problems in general.. The reason for that enquiry is because i was discussing with a colleague that she is about to do  her literature review in the aforementioned area and she is looking for an appropriate theoretical background to link her ideas and in was wondering if something relevant has been done under the CHAT principles i could reccomend her something to read..
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