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Shaké G. Toukmanian

In: Research in Counselling and Psychotherapy: Practical Applications

Chapter 8: Clients' Perceptual Processing: An Integration of Research and Practice

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Clients' Perceptual Processing: An Integration of Research and Practice
Clients' perceptual processing: An integration of research and practice
Shaké G.Toukmanian

In the last two decades, there has been an unprecedented growth in the sophistication of research concerned with the evaluation and understanding of the processes and outcomes of psychotherapy. Recent reviews of this literature (for example, Goldfried, Greenberg & Marmar, 1990; Lambert & Bergin, 1992; Strupp & Howard, 1992) show that diverse research paradigms and quantitative and qualitative research methods and strategies are now being used to examine the efficacy of various systems of psychotherapy for particular kinds of disorders, to discern the unique and common therapeutic ingredients in various therapies, to analyze the processes that mediate client change, and to relate aspects of this change process ...

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