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Clients' Perspectives of the Working Alliance Inventory
The working alliance is one of the most widely studied constructs in the psychotherapy research literature, and ratings of the working alliance are widely used in clinical research and practice to measure the relationships ...
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 ...
The Impact of Client Motivational Language on the Therapeutic Alliance in Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy
Building on past research demonstrating a link between client motivation and the alliance, this study examined whether motivational interviewing (MI) can alter the impact of motivation on the alliance. Using data from a ...
Perfectionism and Distress Tolerance as Psychological Vulnerabilities to Traumatic Impact and Psychological Distress in Persons with Psychotic Illness
Perfectionism has been linked with various indices of maladjustment but has not yet been formally investigated in persons with psychotic illness. There is also a call for more psychological formulations of psychotic illness ...
Protection from Dangerous Emotions: Interruption of Emotional Experience in Psychotherapy
Objective: To identify the central elements in depressed clients process of self-interruption of emotion (SIE) in an experiential therapy session. Research Design: A two-study, multi-method research design was used to ...