Maximising the Benefits of Psychotherapy: A Practice-Based Evidence Approach

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Contents
List of Figuresvii
About the Authorsix
Acknowledgementsxi
1The Equivalence of Psychotherapies1
2Research Into Psychotherapy: What Works and How?23
3The Conventional Wisdom45
4The Real Experimenter67
5Practice-based Evidence87
6Using Client Feedback in Psychotherapy– The Research109
7Using Client Feedback in Psychotherapy–In Practice129
8Ideas in Action151
9Transforming Training and Supervision171
10Conclusions and Some Recommendations195
Subject Index211

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • List of Figures vii
  • About the Authors ix
  • Acknowledgements xi
  • 1 - The Equivalence of Psychotherapies 1
  • 2 - Research into Psychotherapy- What Works and How? 23
  • 3 - The Conventional Wisdom 45
  • 4 - The Real Experimenter 67
  • 5 - Practice-Based Evidence 87
  • 6 - Using Client Feedback in Psychotherapy – The Research 109
  • 7 - Using Client Feedback in Psychotherapy – in Practice 129
  • 8 - Ideas in Action 151
  • 9 - Transforming Training and Supervision 171
  • 10 - Conclusions and Some Recommendations 195
  • Subject Index 211
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