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...beliefs about what will transpire during therapy. As reflected in our own review and process-outcome studies (e.g., Constantino et al., 2007; Greenberg et al., 2006), expectations have been shown to be important contributors to adaptive during- and post-treatment outcomes. However,... Search hits: 16 in body, 0 in tags, 0 in comments. Score: 4042.17

...their caseloads with regard to their clients’ reported alliance ratings and outcome scores in these problem domains. We also will conduct comparisons across all therapists and their respective clients to see if therapists indeed reliably produce better alliances and outcomes... Search hits: 14 in body, 2 in tags, 0 in comments. Score: 3840.07

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Dec 12, 2018

...have been shown to relate to poorer outcomes and increased dropout rates, whereas the resolution of ruptures relates to better outcomes (Safran, Muran, & Eubanks-Carter, 2011). Research on alliance rupture and resolution has important implications for the study of the... Search hits: 15 in body, 0 in tags, 0 in comments. Score: 3789.54

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...symptomatology change. By administering an outcome measure pre- and post-treatment, clinicians can have access to data from the client to supplement their clinical judgment as to when to conclude treatment. Outcome monitoring can also provide more frequent information regarding the... Search hits: 14 in body, 1 in tags, 0 in comments. Score: 3688.48

...of monitoring have been shown to enhance client outcome. Two of the most widely studied monitor systems are the Outcome Questionnaire-System (OQ-System; Lambert et al., 2013) and the Partners for Change Outcome Management System (PCOMS; Duncan, & Miller, 2008; Prescott,... Search hits: 12 in body, 4 in tags, 0 in comments. Score: 3637.96

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Feb 17, 2019

...are this far inflated, and confidence in their ability to predict treatment outcome and the therapeutic alliance, therapists are not rushing to use [outcome monitoring systems], just as there is a reluctance to adopt other evidence-based practices. (p. 204) While... Search hits: 12 in body, 2 in tags, 0 in comments. Score: 3334.79

...patient preferences, patient outcome expectation, cultural processes, and mediators of the alliance-outcome association. His clinical interests include context-responsive individual, family, and group psychotherapy in inpatient and forensic settings with people of all ages. His empirical and conceptual work has been... Search hits: 13 in body, 0 in tags, 0 in comments. Score: 3284.27

...outcome variability. Summary The present findings suggest that one potential determinant of between-therapist differences in treatment outcomes is therapist responsivity to a momentary clinical process—patient resistance. Without specific training on evidence-based strategies for responding to this marker, CBT therapists naturally... Search hits: 13 in body, 0 in tags, 0 in comments. Score: 3284.27

...meaningful. In practice settings, some psychotherapists consistently attain better outcomes than others and this seems to be true regardless of patient diagnoses, age, developmental stage, medication status, severity, and so forth—good psychotherapists get consistently better outcomes across a range of... Search hits: 12 in body, 1 in tags, 0 in comments. Score: 3183.21

...in treatment. Patient expectations can be categorized into two main groups: outcome and treatment. Outcome expectations reflect prognostic beliefs about a treatment’s utility (Arnkoff, Glass, & Shapiro, 2002). Such expectancies may exist before treatment, may be influenced by early contact... Search hits: 11 in body, 2 in tags, 0 in comments. Score: 3082.16