Evidence-Based Practice: Guideline or Limitation?


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Evidence-Based Practice: Guideline or Limitation?

Patrick Bryant, LCSW, CCH

Patrick Bryant is owner and psychotherapist at The Peaceful Place, LLC in Decatur, GA. His practice draws focus from his expertise in anger, depression, and trauma in teens and adult men. As a practitioner of traditional and post-modern psychotherapy, Patrick’s incorporation of mindfulness and holistic health are designed to help the metropolitan Atlanta area grow and develop emotional, physical, and spiritual well-being. Visit for more information.


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Bryant, P. (2015). Evidence-Based Practice: Guideline or Limitation?. Psych Central. Retrieved on April 6, 2020, from


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