Therapist techniques and client outcomes: eight cases of brief psychotherapy

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Sage Publications, Jul 1, 1989 - Psychology - 347 pages
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As a therapist, would it be useful to learn what other therapists actually do in therapy sessions and possibly discover new ways of approaching clinical situations? Or, as a client, do you often feel uncertain as to what to expect or how to behave in therapy sessions? And as a researcher, would you rather use a method for analyzing the psychotherapy process and outcome that does not interfere with the nature of the clinical treatment? The author of Therapist Techniques and Client Outcomes analyzes these questions, and many others, from the varying perspectives of the therapist, the client and the researcher. She examines eight cases of brief psychotherapy with experienced, psychodynamic therapists and anxious//depressed female clients.

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Preface
7
Chapter
39
Integration of Findings
313
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Clara E. Hill, Ph.D. is a Professor in the Department of Psychology at the University of Maryland. She is the Editor of the" Journal of Counseling Psychology "and the Past President of the Society for Psychotherapy Research. Her current research interests include studying the efficacy of dream interpretation and the process and outcome of psychotherapy.

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