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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 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 ...
Therapist Expressed Empathy Across Experiential Treatment for Depression: Its Growth and Relationship to Other Psychotherapy Processes
Objective: This study examined whether the provision of expressed empathy by therapists increases from the beginning to the working phase of experiential therapy for depression. It also tested relationships among working ...
Examining Processes of Change for Experientially Distant and Experientially Engaged Client Subgroups in Experiential Therapy for Depression
This study examined whether different client subgroups, identified as either experientially distant or experientially engaged based on their early tendency to approach inner experience, undergo distinct emotional change ...
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, ...