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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 ...
Learning Psychotherapy: Highly Charged Becoming Through the Other
The purpose of this study was to identify and investigate the domains and processes that novice supervisees identified as being important for learning psychotherapy during their first psychotherapy practicum. The study ...
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 ...
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 ...
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 ...