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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 ...
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 Resentful Embittered Personality, Adjustment and Depression in Student and Marital Relationships
Hostility and anger have long been shown to be predictive of negative psychological, interpersonal and physical outcomes. Much of the literature, has focused on hostility as a state rather than a personality trait and has ...