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The Relationships Among Growth, Emotion Schematic Change and Long-Term Outcomes After Experiential Treatment for Depression
This study empirically examined whether clients with strong alliance growth (SAG) versus weak alliance growth (WAG) trajectories, and good versus poor long-term outcomes engage in differential emotional change processes ...
A Three-Factor Model of Personality Predicts Changes in Depression and Subjective Well-Being Following Positive Psychology Interventions
These studies investigated a new model of personality and its relationship to positive psychology interventions. Previous theoretical models and research into the structure of personality has seen disagreement concerning ...
A Qualitative Analysis of Expressed Needs Early in Experiential Treatment for Depression
A thematic analysis of early expressed needs of 10 (five good and five poor long-term outcome) clients in experiential therapy for depression. The study sought to: (1) establish a need theme structure from the current data ...
Disordered Eating and Body Dissatisfaction in Women with Physical Disabilities: A Mixed Methods Approach
Studies have shown that women with chronic illnesses/physical disabilities experience eating disorder symptoms at higher rates than those without. Limited research has explored the reasons behind disability as a potential ...
The Evaluation of Yoga Interventions for Individuals With Limited Mobility: Pain, Psychological Variables, and Mindfulness
Objective: The aim of this dissertation was to evaluate specialized yoga interventions for populations with complex chronic health conditions involving chronic pain and limited mobility. Method: Three research trials ...