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Scientific and Professional Psychological Journal of the Slovenian Psychologists' Association

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Care for mental health among psychologists – Pandora's box

Saška Roškar

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Keywords: mental health, selfstigma, psychologists


Cite:
Roškar, S. (2022). Skrb za duševno zdravje med psihologi – Pandorina skrinjica [Care for mental health among psychologists – Pandora's box]. Psihološka obzorja, 31, 56–58.


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