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Bringing psychotherapy research to life; understanding change through the work of leading clinical researchers.

9781433807749

Bringing psychotherapy research to life; understanding change through the work of leading clinical researchers.

Ed. by Louis G. Castonguay et al.

American Psychological Assn.

2010

378 pages

$69.95

Hardcover

RC337

Contributors from Europe and North America summarize work by researchers that has have heavily influenced the practice of psychotherapy. They cover establishing the foundation for the scientific study of psychotherapy, whether psychiatry works, how it works, and what works for whom. Among specific topics are Lester Luborsky as a trailblazer in empirical research on psychoanalytic therapy, Klaus Grawe on a constant quest for a truly integrative and research-based psychotherapy, Clare E. Hill as a rebel with several clauses, Donald J. Kiesler's interpersonal manifesto, and William E. Piper negotiating the complexities of psychotherapy.

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