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Analyzes recent research on what works in therapeutic practice and provides guidance on how a therapist can 'deliver what works in therapy.' This edition features new chapters on youth psychotherapy and substance abuse treatment. For psychotherapists. Previous author was Hubble, c1999. DNLM: Psychiatry--methods.
Table of Contents
|Prologue: Saul Rosenzweig: The Founder of Common Factors||p. 3|
|What Works and What Does Not: The Empirical Foundations for the Common Factors||p. 47|
|The Research Evidence for Common Factors Models: A Historically Situated Perspective||p. 49|
|Clients: The Neglected Common Factor in Psychotherapy||p. 83|
|The Therapeutic Relationship||p. 113|
|Putting Models and Techniques in Context||p. 143|
|Evidence-Based Practice: Evidence or Orthodoxy?||p. 167|
|Psychiatric Drugs and Common Factors: An Evaluation of Risks and Benefits for Clinical Practice||p. 199|
|Delivering What Works: Practice-Based Evidence||p. 237|
|"Yes, It Is Time for Clinicians to Routinely Monitor Treatment Outcome"||p. 239|
|Outcomes Management, Reimbursement, and the Future of Psychotherapy||p. 267|
|Transforming Public Behavioral Health Care: A Case Example of Consumer-Directed Services, Recovery, and the Common Factors||p. 299|
|Special Populations||p. 323|
|Evidence-Based Treatments and Common Factors in Youth Psychotherapy||p. 325|
|Common Factors in Couple and Family Therapy: Must All Have Prizes?||p. 357|
|What Works in Substance Abuse and Dependence Treatment||p. 393|
|Delivering What Works||p. 421|
|About the Editors||p. 453|
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