Articles Tagged "therapeutic progress"

Residential wilderness therapy or adventure therapy is “the prescriptive use of adventure experiences provided by mental health professionals, often conducted in natural settings that kinesthetically engage clients on cognitive, affective, and behavioral levels.” (Gass, Gillis & Russell, 2012 p.1).  The term adventure therapy is used in the literature interchangeably with “wilderness therapy” (Russell, 2001) and […]

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Termination is the term typically used when referring to the ending of the psychotherapy relationship. It may occur as an anticipated and well-articulated treatment plan that indicates the next phase of the psychotherapy process or it may occur precipitously or by surprise. Abandonment is a term that implies that the psychotherapist either ended the psychotherapy […]

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Introduction In the course of a program of research aimed at preventing treatment failure our research group at Brigham Young University has had the opportunity to track the session-by-session treatment progress of clients undergoing psychotherapy. These clients have received treatment in a wide variety of clinics and in private practice as well as inpatient care. […]