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Examining Autobiographical Memory Specificity, Expressed Emotional Arousal and Client Experiencing in Emotion - Focused and Client - Centered Treatments of Depression: A Process - Outcome Analysis
Research has consistently demonstrated that clinical depression is associated with a propensity toward generic, nonspecific autobiographical memory (ABM) recall (for a review see Williams, Barnhofer, Crane, Hermans, Raes, ...
The Impact of Resistance on Empathy in Cognitive - Behavioural Therapy
The present study sought to explore the impact of resistance on client perceptions of therapist empathy, and examine client-rated empathy as a mediator of the impact of resistance on therapy outcomes in the context of 44 ...
The Development of Self in Relationships: Youths' Narratives of Change Through a Residential, Wilderness and Family Therapy Intervention
One exceptional intervention for youth struggling with addictive behaviour and mental health concerns is Pine River Institute (PRI), a program for youth that combines four distinct types of services: wilderness therapy, ...
Personal Strengths and Their Influence on Mental Health and Academic Outcomes
Building personal strengths is an inherent part of typical development. Existing research attests to the protective effects of key strengths, such as self-esteem, family connectedness, and positive peer relationships among ...
A Randomized Controlled Trial of Motivational Interviewing for Binge Eating
Rationale: Motivational Interviewing (MI) is a collaborative therapy that focuses on strengthening a person’s internal motivation to change (Miller & Rollnick, 2002, 2012). Research suggests that MI may be helpful for ...