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…the importance of addressing intersectional factors of identity such as race, indigeneity, class/SES, gender/gender identity, sexual orientation, age, (dis)ability, and spirituality in psychotherapy praxis. Fourthly, the real experiences of intersectional violence in client’s lives will be looked at. Finally, the… Search hits: 8 in body, 0 in tags, 0 in comments. Score: 2338.09

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…These themes were classified into three groups based on their occurrence: highly common themes (6-9 occurrences), moderately common themes (3-5 occurrences), and unique themes (1 occurrence). Results Highly Common Themes Teletherapy did not affect the working alliance More participants reported… Search hits: 8 in body, 0 in tags, 0 in comments. Score: 2338.09

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…and influence the other (Pipes, Holstein, & Aguirre; 2005). Failure to adequately attend to and address these factors may result in decreased clinical effectiveness and emotional wellness. Personal factors Personal Factors: Family, health, financial, relationship, mental health, substance abuse, and… Search hits: 7 in body, 0 in tags, 2 in comments. Score: 2279.63

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…sessions of student work. Have students complete instruments that measure various relationship factors based on “good” and “bad” sessions. Explore through readings and case examples how the different relationship factors are inter-related in the clinical context. We hope that these… Search hits: 6 in body, 2 in tags, 0 in comments. Score: 2104.28

…effectiveness: Some therapists consistently achieve better outcomes with their clients than do other therapists, in clinical trials and in practice. Factors, such as the working alliance, empathy, expectations, psychoeducation about the disorder, and other so-called “common factors” are robustly related… Search hits: 6 in body, 2 in tags, 0 in comments. Score: 2104.28

In clinical and counseling psychology, human behavior is understood through varying lenses called theoretical orientations. Key factors that influence orientation include a practitioner’s unique personality and particular way of conceptualizing the human condition. These factors come into play in clinical… Search hits: 7 in body, 0 in tags, 0 in comments. Score: 2045.82

…connection into their programming. Therapeutic Relationships: Real and Virtual As Nola continued reading for her project, she focused in on what Wampold and Imel (2015) called the great psychotherapy debate . Intrigued, she quickly concluded that both common factors and… Search hits: 7 in body, 0 in tags, 0 in comments. Score: 2045.82

…(69%) appreciate the opportunity to discuss their reactions with their psychotherapist (Marx & Gelso, 1987). When surveyed about their reactions to termination, clients most commonly identified a variety of feelings including: pride, health, a sense of accomplishment, independence, cooperative, calmness,… Search hits: 7 in body, 0 in tags, 0 in comments. Score: 2045.82

…interventions are beyond the scope of this article but readily available (Lomonaco-Haycraft et al., 2018; Myors et al., 2013). Table 1 and Figure 2 includes examples of common perinatal mental health symptoms and risk factors. Intervention resources are also provided… Search hits: 7 in body, 0 in tags, 0 in comments. Score: 2045.82

…been influential on the field of clinical training, and continues to grow. How supported is our empirical support itself? We do not know the degree to which each aspect of clinical research, from common factors and therapeutic alliance to assessment… Search hits: 7 in body, 0 in tags, 0 in comments. Score: 2045.82