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square6 OR Two studies otherwise meeting the well-established treatment criteria I, III, and IV, but both are conducted by the same investigator or one good study demonstrating effectiveness by these same criteria. square6 OR At least two good studies demonstrating effectiveness but flawed by heterogeneity of the client samples. square6 OR A small series of single case design studies otherwise meeting the well-established treatment criteria II, III, and IV Features Common to Many Therapies square6 Common factors square6 3 Types: supportive, learning, action square6 Involved in all effective psychotherapies square6 Key to the effectiveness? square6 Baseline for change? Common Factors square6 Expert Role (additional slide) square6 Release of emotions/ catharsis square6 Therapeutic relationship/ alliance (additional slide) square6 Anxiety reduction/ release of tension square6 Interpretation/ Insight square6 Building competence and mastery (additional slide) square6 Nonspecific factors – (lots of additional slides)
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10 Features Common to Many Therapies square6 Expert role square6 Expert knowledge about psychological problems square6 Competency/ training square6 Maintaining equal respect Features Common to Many Therapies square6 Therapeutic alliance square6 Relation between client/ therapist square6 Unique in importance square6 Not necessarily curative square6 Must be square6 Non-judgmental square6 Objective square6 Insightful square6 Professional Features Common to Many Therapies square6 Building competency square6 Therapist square6 Educator square6 Promote self-efficacy square6 Facilitate mastery experiences square6 Non specific factors square6 Influence of immeasurables: hope, belief square6 “Placebo effect” of therapist?
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11 Specific Therapy Variables – Client factors square6 intelligence square6 education square6 social class square6 disturbance/ distress square6 attractiveness square6 motivation square6 participation square6 openness Specific Therapy Variables – Client factors square6 expectations square6 marital status square6 age square6 Gender square6 race Specific Therapy Variables – Therapist factors square6 Therapist factors square6 experience square6 competence square6 expectations square6 personal therapy square6 empathy square6 age square6 gender square6 race square6 emotional well being
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12 Specific Therapy Variables –Client- therapist and treatment factors square6 client-therapist factors square6 therapeutic alliance square6 attraction square6 expectations square6 similarity square6 treatment factors square6 duration of treatment square6 waiting interval square6 preparation for therapy Therapeutic Variables
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  • Spring '14
  • Dr.Varnado-Sullivan
  • Psychotherapy, Statistical significance, Effect size

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