Psychotherapy Research
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2019-2020

2.984

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The 2019-2020 Journal Impact IF of Psychotherapy Research is 2.984, which is just updated in 2020.

Psychotherapy Research Impact Factor
Highest IF
2.984
Highest Journal Impact IF

The highest Journal Impact IF of Psychotherapy Research is 2.984.

Lowest IF
1.441
Lowest Journal Impact IF

The lowest Journal Impact IF of Psychotherapy Research is 1.441.

Total Growth Rate
70.5%
IF Total Growth Rate

The total growth rate of Psychotherapy Research IF is 70.5%.

Annual Growth Rate
7.8%
IF Annual Growth Rate

The annual growth rate of Psychotherapy Research IF is 7.8%.

Journal Impact IF Ranking

Subcategory Quartile Rank Percentile
Clinical Psychology Q1 40/275

Clinical Psychology 85%

Journal Impact IF Ranking

· In the Clinical Psychology research field, the Quartile of Psychotherapy Research is Q1. Psychotherapy Research has been ranked #40 over 275 related journals in the Clinical Psychology research category. The ranking percentile of Psychotherapy Research is around 85% in the field of Clinical Psychology.

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Total Publications
1540
Total Citations
56668

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Journal Impact IF History

Year Journal Impact IF
Year Journal Impact IF
2019-2020 2.984
2018-2019 2.788
2017-2018 2.953
2016-2017 2.556
2015-2016 2.57
2014-2015 1.723
2013-2014 1.6
2012-2013 1.441
2011-2012 1.75
Journal Impact IF History

· The 2019-2020 Journal Impact IF of Psychotherapy Research is 2.984
· The 2018-2019 Journal Impact IF of Psychotherapy Research is 2.788
· The 2017-2018 Journal Impact IF of Psychotherapy Research is 2.953
· The 2016-2017 Journal Impact IF of Psychotherapy Research is 2.556
· The 2015-2016 Journal Impact IF of Psychotherapy Research is 2.57
· The 2014-2015 Journal Impact IF of Psychotherapy Research is 1.723
· The 2013-2014 Journal Impact IF of Psychotherapy Research is 1.6
· The 2012-2013 Journal Impact IF of Psychotherapy Research is 1.441
· The 2011-2012 Journal Impact IF of Psychotherapy Research is 1.75

Publications Cites Dataset

Year Publications Citations
Year Publications Citations
1991 15 16
1992 22 50
1993 21 104
1994 21 107
1995 31 144
1996 24 211
1997 26 205
1998 46 294
1999 35 432
2000 41 385
2001 38 470
2002 39 701
2003 46 711
2004 41 846
2005 43 1158
2006 57 1445
2007 65 1553
2008 69 1712
2009 72 2171
2010 64 2661
2011 58 2980
2012 58 3530
2013 60 3783
2014 58 4299
2015 54 4628
2016 61 4186
2017 60 4447
2018 73 3769
2019 86 4095
2020 145 5281
2021 11 294
Publications Cites Dataset

· The Psychotherapy Research has published 15 reports and received 16 citations in 1991.
· The Psychotherapy Research has published 22 reports and received 50 citations in 1992.
· The Psychotherapy Research has published 21 reports and received 104 citations in 1993.
· The Psychotherapy Research has published 21 reports and received 107 citations in 1994.
· The Psychotherapy Research has published 31 reports and received 144 citations in 1995.
· The Psychotherapy Research has published 24 reports and received 211 citations in 1996.
· The Psychotherapy Research has published 26 reports and received 205 citations in 1997.
· The Psychotherapy Research has published 46 reports and received 294 citations in 1998.
· The Psychotherapy Research has published 35 reports and received 432 citations in 1999.
· The Psychotherapy Research has published 41 reports and received 385 citations in 2000.
· The Psychotherapy Research has published 38 reports and received 470 citations in 2001.
· The Psychotherapy Research has published 39 reports and received 701 citations in 2002.
· The Psychotherapy Research has published 46 reports and received 711 citations in 2003.
· The Psychotherapy Research has published 41 reports and received 846 citations in 2004.
· The Psychotherapy Research has published 43 reports and received 1158 citations in 2005.
· The Psychotherapy Research has published 57 reports and received 1445 citations in 2006.
· The Psychotherapy Research has published 65 reports and received 1553 citations in 2007.
· The Psychotherapy Research has published 69 reports and received 1712 citations in 2008.
· The Psychotherapy Research has published 72 reports and received 2171 citations in 2009.
· The Psychotherapy Research has published 64 reports and received 2661 citations in 2010.
· The Psychotherapy Research has published 58 reports and received 2980 citations in 2011.
· The Psychotherapy Research has published 58 reports and received 3530 citations in 2012.
· The Psychotherapy Research has published 60 reports and received 3783 citations in 2013.
· The Psychotherapy Research has published 58 reports and received 4299 citations in 2014.
· The Psychotherapy Research has published 54 reports and received 4628 citations in 2015.
· The Psychotherapy Research has published 61 reports and received 4186 citations in 2016.
· The Psychotherapy Research has published 60 reports and received 4447 citations in 2017.
· The Psychotherapy Research has published 73 reports and received 3769 citations in 2018.
· The Psychotherapy Research has published 86 reports and received 4095 citations in 2019.
· The Psychotherapy Research has published 145 reports and received 5281 citations in 2020.
· The Psychotherapy Research has published 11 reports and received 294 citations in 2021.
· The total publications of Psychotherapy Research is 1540.
· The total citations of Psychotherapy Research is 56668.

What is Impact Factor?

The impact factor (IF) or journal impact factor (JIF) of an academic journal is a scientometric index calculated by Clarivate that reflects the yearly average number of citations of articles published in the last two years in a given journal. It is frequently used as a proxy for the relative importance of a journal within its field; journals with higher impact factor values are often deemed to be more important, or carry more intrinsic prestige in their respective fields, than those with lower values.

Psychotherapy Research | Academic Accelerator - About the Impact Factor

Impact factor is commonly used to evaluate the relative importance of a journal within its field and to measure the frequency with which the “average article” in a journal has been cited in a particular time period. Journal which publishes more review articles will get highest IFs. Journals with higher IFs believed to be more important than those with lower ones. According to Eugene Garfield “impact simply reflects the ability of the journals and editors to attract the best paper available.” Journal which publishes more review articles will get maximum IFs. The Impact Factor of an academic journal is a scientometric Metric that reflects the yearly average number of citations that recent articles published in a given journal received. It is frequently used as a Metric for the relative importance of a journal within its field; journals with higher Impact Factor are often deemed to be more important than those with lower ones. The Psychotherapy Research Impact Factor IF measures the average number of citations received in a particular year (2020) by papers published in the Psychotherapy Research during the two preceding years (2018-2019). Note that 2020 Impact Factor are reported in 2021; they cannot be calculated until all of the 2020 publications have been processed by the indexing agency. New journals, which are indexed from their first published issue, will receive an impact factor after two years of indexing; in this case, the citations to the year prior to Volume 1, and the number of articles published in the year prior to Volume 1, are known zero values. Journals that are indexed starting with a volume other than the first volume will not get an impact factor until they have been indexed for three years. Occasionally, Journal Citation Reports assigns an impact factor to new journals with less than two years of indexing, based on partial citation data. The calculation always uses two complete and known years of item counts, but for new titles one of the known counts is zero. Annuals and other irregular publications sometimes publish no items in a particular year, affecting the count. The impact factor relates to a specific time period; it is possible to calculate it for any desired period. In addition to the 2-year Impact Factor, the 3-year Impact Factor, 4-year Impact Factor, 5-year Impact Factor, Real-Time Impact Factor can provide further insights and factors into the impact of Psychotherapy Research.

History

The impact factor was devised by Eugene Garfield, the founder of the Institute for Scientific Information (ISI). Impact factors are calculated yearly starting from 1975 for journals listed in the Journal Citation Reports (JCR). ISI was acquired by Thomson Scientific & Healthcare in 1992, and became known as Thomson ISI. In 2018, Thomson ISI was sold to Onex Corporation and Baring Private Equity Asia. They founded a new corporation, Clarivate, which is now the publisher of the JCR.

Use

The impact factor is used to compare different journals within a certain field. The Web of Science indexes more than 11,500 science and social science journals. Journal impact factors are often used to evaluate the merit of individual articles and individual researchers. This use of impact factors was summarised by Hoeffel:

Impact Factor is not a perfect tool to measure the quality of articles but there is nothing better and it has the advantage of already being in existence and is, therefore, a good technique for scientific evaluation. Experience has shown that in each specialty the best journals are those in which it is most difficult to have an article accepted, and these are the journals that have a high impact factor. Most of these journals existed long before the impact factor was devised. The use of impact factor as a measure of quality is widespread because it fits well with the opinion we have in each field of the best journals in our specialty....In conclusion, prestigious journals publish papers of high level. Therefore, their impact factor is high, and not the contrary.

Eugene Garfield

In brief, Impact factors may be used by:
  • Authors to decide where to submit an article for publication.
  • Libraries to make collection development decisions
  • Academic departments to assess academic productivity
  • Academic departments to make decisions on promotion and tenure.
As impact factors are a journal-level metric, rather than an article- or individual-level metric, this use is controversial. Garfield agrees with Hoeffel,but warns about the "misuse in evaluating individuals" because there is "a wide variation [of citations] from article to article within a single journal". Other things to consider about Impact Factors:
  • Many journals do not have an impact factor.
  • The impact factor cannot assess the quality of individual articles. Even if citations were evenly distributed among articles, the impact factor would only measure the interests of other researchers in an article, not its importance and usefulness.
  • Only research articles, technical notes and reviews are “citable” items. Editorials, letters, news items and meeting abstracts are “non-citable items”.
  • Only a small percentage of articles are highly cited and they are found in a small subset of journals. This small proportion accounts for a large percentage of citations.
  • Controversial papers, such as those based on fraudulent data, may be highly cited, distorting the impact factor of a journal.
  • Citation bias may exist. For example, English language resources may be favoured. Authors may cite their own work.
Moreover, informed and careful use of these impact data is essential, and should be based on a thorough understanding of the methodology used to generate impact factors. There are controversial aspects of using impact factors:
  • It is not clear whether the number of times a paper is cited measures its actual quality.
  • Some databases that calculate impact factors fail to incorporate publications including textbooks, handbooks and reference books.
  • Certain disciplines have low numbers of journals and usage. Therefore, one should only compare journals or researchers within the same discipline.
  • Review articles normally are cited more often and therefore can skew results.
  • Self-citing may also skew results.
  • Some resources used to calculate impact factors have inadequate international coverage.
  • Editorial policies can artificially inflate an impact factor.
Impact factors have often been used in advancement and tenure decision-making. Many recognize that this is a coarse tool for such important decisions, and that a multitude of factors should be taken into account in these deliberations. When considering the use of the impact factor (IF), keep these aspects in mind:
  • IF analysis is limited to citations from the journals indexed by the Web of Science/Web of Knowledge. Currently, the Web of Science indexes only 8621 journals across the full breadth of the sciences, and just 3121 in the social sciences.
  • A high IF/citation rate says nothing about the quality -- or even, validity -- of the references being cited. Notorious or even retracted articles often attract a lot of attention, hence a high number of citations. The notority related to the first publication on "cold fusion" is one such example.
  • Journals that publish more "review articles" are often found near the top of the rankings. While not known for publishing new, creative findings, these individual articles tend to be heavily cited.
  • The IF measures the average number of citations to articles in the journal -- given this, a small number of highly-cited articles will skew the figure.
  • It takes several years for new journals to be added to the list of titles indexed by the Web of Science/Web of Knowledge, so these newer titles will be under-represented.
  • It's alleged that journal editors have learned to "game" the system, encouraging authors to cite their works previously published in the same journal.
Comparing Journals Across Disciplines? Not a good idea! Using Impact Factors within a given discipline should only be done with great care, as described above. Using impact factor data to compare journals across disciplines is even more problematic. Here are some of the reasons:
  • Disciplines where older literature is still referenced, such as Chemistry and Mathematics, offer challenges to the methodolgy since older citations (older than two years) are not used to calculate the impact factor for a given journal. (Five-year impact factor analysis, which can be calculated using the Journal Citation Index database, helps smooth out this problem only to some degree.)
  • Different disciplines have different practices regarding tendency to cite larger numbers of references. Higher overall citation rates will bump upward impact factor measurements.
  • Where it's common for large numbers of authors to collaborate on a single paper, such as in Physics, the tendency of authors to cite themselves (and in this case, more authors) will result in increased citation rates.

Pros and Cons of the Impact Factor

Pros:

  • A vetted, established metric for measuring journal impact within a discipline.
  • Designed to eliminate bias based on journal size and frequency.
Cons:
  • Individual articles makes an uneven contribution to overall Impact Factor.
  • Impact Factor does not account for certain things, things like context (postive or negative citaion) and intentionality (self-citation).
  • The metric is proprietary to and bound by the contents of the Thomson Reuters database.
  • Citations, on which the Impact Factor is based, count for less than 1% of an article's overall use.

Criticism

Numerous critiques have been made regarding the use of impact factors. A 2007 study noted that the most fundamental flaw is that impact factors present the mean of data that are not normally distributed, and suggested that it would be more appropriate to present the median of these data. There is also a more general debate on the validity of the impact factor as a measure of journal importance and the effect of policies that editors may adopt to boost their impact factor (perhaps to the detriment of readers and writers). Other criticism focuses on the effect of the impact factor on behavior of scholars, editors and other stakeholders. Others have made more general criticisms, arguing that emphasis on impact factor results from negative influence of neoliberal policies on academia claiming that what is needed is not just replacement of the impact factor with more sophisticated metrics for science publications but also discussion on the social value of research assessment and the growing precariousness of scientific careers in higher education.
Experts stress that there are limitations in using impact factors to evaluate a scholar's work. There are many reasons cited for not relying on impact factor alone to evaluate the output of a particular individual. Among these are the following:

  • A single factor is not sufficient for evaluating an author's work.
  • Journal values are meaningless unless compared within the same discipline. Impact factors vary among disciplines.
  • The impact factor was originally devised to show the impact of a specific journal, not a specific scholar. The quality and impact of the author's work may extend beyond the impact of a particular journal.
According to Jim Testa, a researcher for ThomsonReuters Scientific, the most widespread misuse of the Impact Factor is to evaluate the work of an individual author (instead of a journal). "To say that because a researcher is publishing in a certain journal, he or she is more influential or deserves more credit is not necessarily true. There are many other variables to consider." (interview 6/26/2008 in Thomson Reuters blog entry)

Psychotherapy Research
Journal Profile

About

Psychotherapy Research seeks to enhance the development, scientific quality, and social relevance of psychotherapy research and to foster the use of research findings in practice, education, and policy formulation.The journal publishes original research on all aspects of psychotherapy, including its outcomes, its processes, education of practitioners, and delivery of services. It publishes:original empirical research paperstheoretical and methodological research papersreview articlesThe journal is committed to promoting international communication by addressing an international, interdisciplinary audience, and welcomes submissions dealing with:diverse theoretical orientations (e.g., psychodynamic, cognitive, behavioral, humanistic, experiential, systems approaches)treatment modalities (e.g., individual, group, couples, family)research paradigms (e.g., quantitative, qualitative, clinical trials, process studies, outcome prediction, systematic case studies, measure development, meta-analyses). Psychotherapy Research is a bimonthly peer-reviewed academic journal covering research in all fields of psychotherapy: outcome, process, education and training of therapists, as well as investigations of services. It is published by Routledge on behalf of the Society for Psychotherapy Research. The founding team of editors consisted of David Alan Shapiro (Leeds University), Hans Strupp, and Klaus Grawe. The current editors are Christoph Flückiger (University of Zürich) and Jeffrey A. Hayes (Penn State University).

Highly Cited Keywords

ISSN
1050-3307
ISSN

The ISSN of Psychotherapy Research is 1050-3307 . An ISSN is an 8-digit code used to identify newspapers, journals, magazines and periodicals of all kinds and on all media–print and electronic.

ISSN (Online)
1468-4381
ISSN (Online)

The ISSN (Online) of Psychotherapy Research is 1468-4381 . An ISSN is an 8-digit code used to identify newspapers, journals, magazines and periodicals of all kinds and on all media–print and electronic.

Publisher
Routledge
Publisher

Psychotherapy Research is published by Routledge .

Publication Frequency
Other
Publication Frequency

Psychotherapy Research publishes reports Other .

Coverage
1975, 1988, 1991-2020
Coverage

The Publication History of Psychotherapy Research covers 1975, 1988, 1991-2020 .

Open Access
NO
Open Access

Psychotherapy Research is Subscription-based (non-OA) Journal. Publishers own the rights to the articles in their journals. Anyone who wants to read the articles should pay by individual or institution to access the articles. Anyone who wants to use the articles in any way must obtain permission from the publishers.

Publication Fee
Publication Fee

There is no publication fee for submiting manuscript to Psychotherapy Research. Psychotherapy Research is Subscription-based (non-OA) Journal. Publishers own the rights to the articles in their journals. Anyone who wants to read the articles should pay by individual or institution to access the articles.

Language
English
Language

The language of Psychotherapy Research is English .

Country/Region
United States
Country/Region

The publisher of Psychotherapy Research is Routledge , which locates in United States .

Selected Articles

Full Title Authors
Full Title Authors
Implementation and evaluation of treatments for children and adolescents with conduct problems: Findings, challenges, and future directions António P. Ribeiro · Cátia Braga · William B. Stiles · Poliane Teixeira · Miguel M. Gonçalves · Eugénia Ribeiro · Eugénia Ribeiro
Mind the gap: In-session silences are associated with client attachment insecurity, therapeutic alliance, and treatment outcome Dennis M. Kivlighan · Cheri L. Marmarosh · Cheri L. Marmarosh
A listening perspective in psychotherapy with suicidal patients: Establishing convergence in therapists and patients private theories on suicidality and cure Andrés Roussos · Juan Martín Gómez Penedo · Roberto Muiños · Roberto Muiños
Introduction to the special section on child and adolescent psychotherapy research William T. Hoyt · A. C. Del Re · A. C. Del Re
20/20 Hindsight: A 25-year programme at the Anna Freud Centre of efficacy and effectiveness research on child psychoanalytic psychotherapy Hannah G. Bosley · Aaron J. Fisher · C. Barr Taylor · C. Barr Taylor
Differential responses of positive affect, negative affect, and worry in CBT for generalized anxiety disorder: A person-specific analysis of symptom course during therapy Javiera Duarte · Javiera Duarte · Martina Fischersworring · Martina Fischersworring · Claudio Martínez · Claudio Martínez · Alemka Tomicic · Alemka Tomicic · Alemka Tomicic
A meta-analysis of the effect of therapist experience on outcomes for clients with internalizing disorders João Batista · Joana Silva · Sara Freitas · Daniela Alves · Anabela Machado · Inês Sousa · Pablo Fernández-Navarro · Carina Magalhães · Miguel M. Gonçalves · Miguel M. Gonçalves
A comparison of pre-dropout and temporary rupture sessions in psychotherapy Heidi Brattland · Juni R. Høiseth · Olav Burkeland · Tryggve S. Inderhaug · Per E. Binder · Valentina Cabral Iversen · Valentina Cabral Iversen
Learning from clients: A qualitative investigation of psychotherapists reactions to negative verbal feedback* Jianfei Xie · Guoping He · Siqing Ding · Chen Pan · Xia Zhang · Jianda Zhou · Joanne DeSanto Iennaco · Joanne DeSanto Iennaco
Effect size calculation in meta-analyses of psychotherapy outcome research Clara Paz · Clara Paz · Adrián Montesano · David Winter · Guillem Feixas · Guillem Feixas
Relaxation-induced anxiety: Effects of peak and trajectories of change on treatment outcome for generalized anxiety disorder Eleni C. Tzavela · Paschalia Mitskidou · Antigoni Mertika · Anastassios Stalikas · Yiannis Kasvikis · Yiannis Kasvikis
Inclusion and exclusion strategies for conducting meta-analyses Dominique Schwartze · S. Barkowski · Bernhard Strauss · Christine Knaevelsrud · J. Rosendahl · J. Rosendahl
Treatment engagement in the early phase of cognitive-behavior therapy for panic disorder: A grounded theory analysis of patient experience Bruce E. Wampold · Christoph Flückiger · A. C. Del Re · Noah E. Yulish · Nickolas D. Frost · Brian T. Pace · Simon B. Goldberg · Scott D. Miller · Timothy P. Baardseth · Kevin M. Laska · Mark J. Hilsenroth · Mark J. Hilsenroth
A trans-theoretical training designed to promote understanding and management of countertransference for trainee therapists Tilmann Habermas · Susanne Döll-Hentschker · Susanne Döll-Hentschker
Cochranes risk of bias tool in the context of psychotherapy outcome research Clarissa M. E. Richardson · Kenneth G. Rice · Eric M. Sauer · Kristin E. Roberts · Kristin E. Roberts
(What) do you believe?: Therapist spiritual/religious/non-religious self-disclosure Sara Gildersleeve · Jefferson A. Singer · Karen Skerrett · Shelter Wein · Shelter Wein
Alliance ruptures and repairs in psychotherapy in primary care Jason S. Spendelow · Lisa J. Butler · Lisa J. Butler
Online counseling: An exploratory survey of Italian psychologists attitudes towards new ways of interaction† Marit Råbu · John McLeod · John McLeod
Does gratitude writing improve the mental health of psychotherapy clients? Evidence from a randomized controlled trial Sharon Ziv-Beiman · Giora Keinan · Elad Livneh · Patrick S. Malone · Golan Shahar · Golan Shahar
Wisdom in professional knowledge: Why it can be valuable to listen to the voices of senior psychotherapists Peter W. Sanders · P. Scott Richards · Jason A. McBride · Jason A. McBride
A conceptual model for generating and validating in-session clinical judgments Sarah Liebherz · Nele Schmidt · Sven Rabung · Sven Rabung
Development of the clinically adaptive multidimensional outcome survey Jens Heider · Katharina Köck · Matthias Sehlbrede · Annette Schröder · Annette Schröder
Change in Attachment Dimensions in Women with Binge-Eating Disorder Following Group Psychodynamic Interpersonal Psychotherapy Areum Kim · Sang Min Lee · Sunghee An · Sunghee An
Estimating the economic value of counselling services using the contingent valuation method Miguel M. Gonçalves · Lynne Angus · Lynne Angus
Attachment and Biobehavioral Catch-up: An evidence-based intervention for vulnerable infants and their families Christina Katsakou · Nancy Pistrang · Nancy Pistrang
Clients experiences of treatment and recovery in borderline personality disorder: A meta-synthesis of qualitative studies Roni Oren-Yagoda · Thröstur Björgvinsson · Idan M. Aderka · Idan M. Aderka
The relationship between positive affect and negative affect during treatment for major depressive disorder Refael Yonatan-Leus · Orya Tishby · Gaby Shefler · Hadas Wiseman · Hadas Wiseman
A time-series analysis of therapeutic alliance, interventions, and clients clinical status in an evidence-based single-case study: Evidence for establishing change mechanisms in psychotherapy Sarah I. F. Daniel · Sofie Folke · Susanne Lunn · Matthias Gondan · Stig Poulsen · Stig Poulsen
Counselors attachment anxiety and avoidance and the congruence in clients and therapists working alliance ratings Jacob B. Nienhuis · Jesse Owen · Jeffrey C. Valentine · Stephanie Winkeljohn Black · Tyler C. Halford · Stephanie E. Parazak · Stephanie L. Budge · Mark J. Hilsenroth · Mark J. Hilsenroth
Transforming core emotional pain in a course of emotion-focused therapy for depression: A case study Kimberley M. Hara · Henny A. Westra · Michael J. Constantino · Martin M. Antony · Martin M. Antony
Therapeutic alliance, empathy, and genuineness in individual adult psychotherapy: A meta-analytic review A. Couto · Isabel Basto · William B. Stiles · José Pinto-Gouveia · João Salgado · João Salgado
Different lens or different picture? Comparing methods of defining dramatic change in psychotherapy Silje Hukkelberg · Terje Ogden · Terje Ogden
Delivering solid treatments on shaky ground: Feasibility study of an online therapy for child anxiety in the aftermath of a natural disaster Rebeca Pardo Cebrián · Ana Calero Elvira · Ana Calero Elvira
What changes when? The course of improvement during a stage-based treatment for suicidal and self-injuring women with borderline personality disorder and PTSD Andrzej Werbart · Peter Missios · Fredrik Waldenström · Peter Lilliengren · Peter Lilliengren
How clientschange emotion with emotion: A programme of research on emotional processing Jesse Owen · Joanna M. Drinane · Jill L. Adelson · Mark Kopta · Mark Kopta
Psychological masochism: A systematic review of the literature on conflicts, defenses, and motives Antonio Pascual-Leone · Nikita Yeryomenko · Nikita Yeryomenko
If those tears could talk, what would they say?Multi-method analysis of a corrective experience in brief dynamic therapy† Vera Békés · J. Christopher Perry · Brian Robertson · Brian Robertson
This is what I need a clinical feedback system to do for me: A qualitative inquiry into therapists and patients perspectives Myrna L. Friedlander · Lynne Angus · Scott T. Wright · Cristina Günther · Crystal L. Austin · Kelsey Kangos · Larissa Barbaro · Christianne Macaulay · Naomi Carpenter · Jasmine Khattra · Jasmine Khattra
Investigating treatment characteristics and first-session relationship variables as predictors of dropout in the treatment of traumatized youth Christian Moltu · Marius Veseth · Jon Stefansen · Jan Christian Nøtnes · Åse Skjølberg · Per-Einar Binder · Louis G. Castonguay · Samuel S. Nordberg · Samuel S. Nordberg
Ambivalence resolution in emotion-focused therapy: The successful case of Sarah Silje Mørup Ormhaug · Tine K. Jensen · Tine K. Jensen
A self-report version of the Ways of Responding: Reliability and validity in a clinical sample Cátia Braga · João T. Oliveira · António P. Ribeiro · Miguel M. Gonçalves · Miguel M. Gonçalves
Unpacking the therapist effect: Impact of treatment length differs for high- and low-performing therapists Seohyun Yin · Mary Beth Connolly Gibbons · Caroline K. Diehl · Robert Gallop · Robert Gallop
From feelings of imprisonment to group cohesion: A qualitative analysis of group analytic psychotherapy with dual diagnosed patients admitted to an acute inpatient psychiatric unit Simon B. Goldberg · William T. Hoyt · Helene A. Nissen-Lie · Stevan Lars Nielsen · Bruce E. Wampold · Bruce E. Wampold
Are Psychotherapies with More Dropout Also Less Effective Lidia Sánchez Morales · Francisco Jose Eiroa-Orosa · Cristina Valls Llagostera · Alba González Pérez · Cristina Alberich · Cristina Alberich
Responding to mentalization invitations in psychotherapy sessions—A conversation analysis approach Catherine M. Reich · Catherine M. Reich
Therapists recognition of alliance ruptures as a moderator of change in alliance and symptoms Henrich Keselman · Karin Osvaldsson Cromdal · Niclas Kullgard · Rolf Holmqvist · Rolf Holmqvist
Interactional synchrony and negative symptoms: An outcome study of body-oriented psychotherapy for schizophrenia Roei Chen · Dana Atzil-Slonim · Eran Bar-Kalifa · Ilanit Hasson-Ohayon · Eshkol Refaeli · Eshkol Refaeli
Emergence of psychotic content in psychotherapy: An exploratory qualitative analysis of content, process, and therapist variables in a single case study Isabel Caro Gabalda · William B. Stiles · William B. Stiles
Mathematical expression and sampling issues of treatment contrasts: Beyond significance testing and meta-analysis to clinically useful research synthesis Bethany L. Leonhardt · Marina Kukla · Elizabeth Belanger · Kelly A. Chaudoin-Patzoldt · Kelly D. Buck · Kyle S. Minor · Jenifer L. Vohs · Jay A. Hamm · Paul H. Lysaker · Paul H. Lysaker
Intensive inpatient treatment for bulimia nervosa: Statistical and clinical significance of symptom changes Merton S. Krause · Merton S. Krause
The Experience of Forming a Therapeutic Relationship from the Clients Perspective: A Metasynthesis† Alice Diedrich · Sandra Schlegl · Martin Greetfeld · Markus Fumi · Ulrich Voderholzer · Ulrich Voderholzer
The relation between outcome expectation, therapeutic alliance, and outcome among depressed patients in group cognitive-behavioral therapy Rosie Noyce · Jane Simpson · Jane Simpson
Trauma-focused cognitive behavioral therapy for children and families Andreea Vîslă · Michael J. Constantino · Katie Newkirk · John S. Ogrodniczuk · Ingrid Sochting · Ingrid Sochting
How do patients with anorexia nervosaprocesspsychotherapy between sessions? A comparison of cognitive–behavioral and psychodynamic interventions Andrew Koffmann · Andrew Koffmann
Has growth mixture modeling improved our understanding of how early change predicts psychotherapy outcome M Target · M Target
Immersion and distancing during assimilation of problematic experiences in a good-outcome case of emotion-focused therapy Eugénia Ribeiro · Carla Cunha · Ana Teixeira · William B. Stiles · Beatriz Santos · Isabel Basto · João Salgado · João Salgado
Therapists honesty, humor styles, playfulness, and creativity as outcome predictors: A retrospective study of the therapist effect Andrew Dillon · Ladislav Timulak · Leslie S. Greenberg · Leslie S. Greenberg
Readiness to change as a moderator of therapy outcome in patients with somatoform disorders Hadas Wiseman · Orya Tishby · Orya Tishby
The impact of resistance on empathy in CBT for generalized anxiety disorder Joel M. Town · Victoria Lomax · Allan Abbass · Gillian E. Hardy · Gillian E. Hardy
Honesty in psychotherapy: Results of an online survey comparing high vs. low self-concealers Dennis M. Kivlighan · Clara E. Hill · Katherine Ross · Kathryn Kline · Amy Furhmann · Elizabeth Sauber · Elizabeth Sauber
The role of the therapeutic relationship in the association between interpersonal behaviors and outcome: Comparison of two competing models Nili Solomonov · Kevin S. McCarthy · Bernard S. Gorman · Jacques P. Barber · Jacques P. Barber
The Multitheoretical List of Therapeutic Interventions – 30 items (MULTI-30) Glen I. Spielmans · Christoph Flückiger · Christoph Flückiger
Social skills training and play group intervention for children with oppositional-defiant disorders/conduct disorder: Mediating mechanisms in a head-to-head comparison Heather Thompson-Brenner · James F. Boswell · Hallie Espel-Huynh · Gayle E. Brooks · Michael R. Lowe · Michael R. Lowe
Implementation of transdiagnostic treatment for emotional disorders in residential eating disorder programs: A preliminary pre-post evaluation Melissa L. Button · Nikoo Norouzian · Henny A. Westra · Michael J. Constantino · Martin M. Antony · Martin M. Antony
Client reflections on confirmation and disconfirmation of expectations in cognitive behavioral therapy for generalized anxiety disorder with and without motivational interviewing Joshua K. Swift · Julie Spencer · Jonathan Goode · Jonathan Goode
Improving psychotherapy effectiveness by addressing the problem of premature termination: Introduction to a special section Ann Haberman · Ben Shahar · Eran Bar-Kalifa · Sigal Zilcha-Mano · Gary M. Diamond · Gary M. Diamond
Exploring the process of change in emotion-focused therapy for social anxiety Julia Huber · Christoph Nikendei · Johannes C. Ehrenthal · Henning Schauenburg · Johannes Mander · Ulrike Dinger · Ulrike Dinger
Therapeutic Agency Inventory: Development and psychometric validation of a patient self-report John R. Keefe · Robert J. DeRubeis · Robert J. DeRubeis
Changing character: A narrative review of personality change in psychotherapies for personality disorder Heidi M. Levitt · Heidi M. Levitt
How to conduct a qualitative meta-analysis: Tailoring methods to enhance methodological integrity Sara Kerstine Kaya Nielsen · Ida Hageman · Anders Petersen · Sarah I. F. Daniel · Marianne Lau · Clas Winding · Kate B. Wolitzky-Taylor · Howard Steele · Signe Vangkilde · Signe Vangkilde
Do emotion regulation, attentional control, and attachment style predict response to cognitive behavioral therapy for anxiety disorders? – an investigation in clinical settings Sigal Zilcha-Mano · Sigal Zilcha-Mano
Major developments in methods addressing for whom psychotherapy may work and why Jake Linardon · Ellen E. Fitzsimmons-Craft · Leah Brennan · Mary Barillaro · Denise E. Wilfley · Denise E. Wilfley
Dropout from interpersonal psychotherapy for mental health disorders: A systematic review and meta-analysis Rachel A. Schwartz · Dianne L. Chambless · Kevin S. McCarthy · Barbara Milrod · Jacques P. Barber · Jacques P. Barber
Client resistance predicts outcomes in cognitive–behavioral therapy for panic disorder Tim Kaiser · Anton-Rupert Laireiter · Anton-Rupert Laireiter · Anton-Rupert Laireiter
Daily dynamic assessment and modelling of intersession processes in ambulatory psychotherapy: A proof of concept study Sebastian Euler · Esther Stalujanis · Gilles Allenbach · Stéphane Kolly · Yves de Roten · Jean-Nicolas Despland · Ueli Kramer · Ueli Kramer · Ueli Kramer
Dialectical behavior therapy skills training affects defense mechanisms in borderline personality disorder: An integrative approach of mechanisms in psychotherapy Laura Moeseneder · Eugénia Ribeiro · John Christopher Muran · John Christopher Muran · Franz Caspar · Franz Caspar
Impact of confrontations by therapists on impairment and utilization of the therapeutic alliance Lynne M. Knobloch-Fedders · Stephanie J. Wilson · Stephanie J. Wilson
Interpersonal Behavior in Couple Therapy: Concurrent and Prospective Associations with Depressive Symptoms and Relationship Distress Shayne R. Anderson · Rachel B. Tambling · Jeremy B. Yorgason · Erin Rackham · Erin Rackham
The mediating role of the therapeutic alliance in understanding early discontinuance Carl-Johan Uckelstam · Rolf Holmqvist · Björn Philips · Björn Philips · Fredrik Falkenström · Fredrik Falkenström
A relational perspective on the association between working alliance and treatment outcome Ole Karkov Østergård · Hilde Randa · Esben Hougaard · Esben Hougaard
The effect of using the Partners for Change Outcome Management System as feedback tool in psychotherapy—A systematic review and meta-analysis Sibel Halfon · Geoff Goodman · Pelinsu Bulut · Pelinsu Bulut
Interaction structures as predictors of outcome in a naturalistic study of psychodynamic child psychotherapy Fiona L. Calvert · Frank P. Deane · Brin F. S. Grenyer · Brin F. S. Grenyer
Supervisee perceptions of the use of metacommunication in the supervisory relationship Jan Philipp Klein · Jörg Stahl · Michael Hüppe · James P. McCullough · Elisabeth Schramm · Dominice Ortel · Stefan Sondermann · Johanna Schröder · Steffen Moritz · Ulrich Schweiger · Ulrich Schweiger
Do interpersonal fears mediate the association between childhood maltreatment and interpersonal skills deficits? A matched cross-sectional analysis Merton S. Krause · Merton S. Krause
Research on the alliance: Knowledge in search of a theory Ida Stange Bernhardt · Helene A. Nissen-Lie · Christian Moltu · John McLeod · Marit Råbu · Marit Råbu
Its both a strength and a drawback.How therapists personal qualities are experienced in their professional work Molly Magill · Michael H. Bernstein · Ariel Hoadley · Brian Borsari · Timothy R. Apodaca · Jacques Gaume · J. Scott Tonigan · J. Scott Tonigan
Do what you say and say what you are going to do: A preliminary meta-analysis of client change and sustain talk subtypes in motivational interviewing Andrew T. Gloster · Jens Klotsche · Jens Klotsche · Tatiana Aggeler · Noemi Geisser · Gregory Juillerat · Nicole Schmidlin · Sophie Müller-Siemens · Jens Gaab · Jens Gaab
Testing a mediation model of psychotherapy process and outcome in psychodynamic psychotherapy: Previous client distress, psychodynamic techniques, dyadic working alliance, and current client distress Tohar Dolev · Sigal Zilcha-Mano · Sigal Zilcha-Mano
Moderators in psychotherapy meta-analysis Josepha Katzmann · Anja Goertz-Dorten · Christopher Hautmann · Manfred Doepfner · Manfred Doepfner
Testing the convergent and discriminant validity of the Systemic Therapy Inventory of Change Initial scales Michael J. Constantino · Henny A. Westra · Martin M. Antony · Alice E. Coyne · Alice E. Coyne
The association between patient–therapist MATRIX congruence and treatment outcome Antoine Urech · Tobias Krieger · Laura Möseneder · Adriana Biaggi · Alessia Vincent · Christine Poppe · Björn Meyer · Heleen Riper · Thomas Berger · Thomas Berger
Patient–therapist convergence in alliance ratings as a predictor of outcome in psychotherapy for generalized anxiety disorder Abigail K. Mansfield · Gabor I. Keitner · Thomas Sheeran · Thomas Sheeran
The Brief Assessment of Family Functioning Scale (BAFFS): a three-item version of the General Functioning Scale of the Family Assessment Device Christoph Flückiger · A. C. Del Re · Jürgen Barth · William T. Hoyt · Heidi M. Levitt · Thomas Munder · Glen I. Spielmans · Joshua K. Swift · Andreea Vîslă · Bruce E. Wampold · Bruce E. Wampold
Review of organizational effects on the outcome of mental health treatments George Silberschatz · George Silberschatz
Considerations of how to conduct meta-analyses in psychological interventions Andrzej Werbart · Camilla von Below · Karin Engqvist · Sofia Lind · Sofia Lind
Nonconscious priming enhances the therapy relationship: An experimental analog study Michael A. Westerman · J. Christopher Muran · J. Christopher Muran
Mentalizing in the presence of another: Measuring reflective functioning and attachment in the therapy process Melanie Love · Barry A. Farber · Barry A. Farber
It was like having half of the patient in therapy: Therapists of nonimproved patients looking back on their work Jairo N. Fuertes · Michael T. Moore · Jennifer Ganley · Jennifer Ganley
Therapists and clients ratings of real relationship, attachment, therapist self-disclosure, and treatment progress Jeanne C. Watson · Jeanne C. Watson
Mapping patterns of change in emotion-focused psychotherapy: Implications for theory, research, practice, and training Shlomo Mendlovic · Amit Saad · Uri Roll · Ariel Ben Yehuda · Ariel Ben Yehuda · Rivka Tuval-Mashiah · Dana Atzil-Slonim · Dana Atzil-Slonim
Client interpersonal impacts as mediators of long-term outcome in cognitive-behavioral therapy integrated with motivational interviewing for generalized anxiety disorder Cara C. Lewis · C. Nathan Marti · Brigid R. Marriott · Kelli Scott · David W. Ayer · David W. Ayer
Patient demographics and psychological functioning as predictors of unilateral termination of psychodynamic therapy Michael J. Constantino · Felicia M. Romano · Alice E. Coyne · Henny A. Westra · Martin M. Antony · Martin M. Antony
A patient post hoc perspective on advantages and disadvantages of blended cognitive behaviour therapy for depression: A qualitative content analysis Hannah Rapley · Hannah Rapley · Maria Loades · Maria Loades · Maria Loades
A systematic review exploring therapist competence, adherence, and therapy outcomes in individual CBT for children and young people Nicola Flood · Andrew C. Page · Geoff R. Hooke · Geoff R. Hooke
A comparison between the clinical significance and growth mixture modelling early change methods at predicting negative outcomes John R. Keefe · Nili Solomonov · Robert J. DeRubeis · Alexander C. Phillips · Fredric N. Busch · Jacques P. Barber · Dianne L. Chambless · Barbara Milrod · Barbara Milrod
Focus is key: Panic-focused interpretations are associated with symptomatic improvement in panic-focused psychodynamic psychotherapy Neele Reiss · Irene Warnecke · Irene Warnecke · Ana Nanette Tibubos · Ana Nanette Tibubos · Theano Tolgou · Ursula Luka-Krausgrill · Sonja Rohrmann · Sonja Rohrmann
Effects of cognitive-behavioral therapy with relaxation vs. imagery rescripting on psychophysiological stress responses of students with test anxiety in a randomized controlled trial Anna Louise von der Lippe · Hanne Weie Oddli · Margrethe Seeger Halvorsen · Margrethe Seeger Halvorsen
Efficacy of metacognitive therapy for hypoactive sexual desire disorder among Iranian couples Alice E. Coyne · Michael J. Constantino · Holly B. Laws · Henny A. Westra · Martin M. Antony · Martin M. Antony
It was hard work every session: Therapists view of successful psychoanalytic treatments Antonio Pascual-Leone · Antonio Pascual-Leone
Therapist strategies early in therapy associated with good or poor outcomes among clients with low proactive agency Adam O. Horvath · Adam O. Horvath
Psychoneuroendocrine evaluation of an acceptance and commitment based stress management training Ueli Kramer · Ueli Kramer
Applying cognitive restructuring in therapy: The clinical reality in Spain Melanie S. Harned · Robert Gallop · Helen Valenstein-Mah · Helen Valenstein-Mah
Narrative measures in psychotherapy research: Introducing the special section Mary Dozier · Caroline K. P. Roben · Eb Caron · Julie R. Hoye · Kristin Bernard · Kristin Bernard
Personality, personality disorders, and the process of change Catherine Newsom · Margaret Stroebe · Henk Schut · Stewart Wilson · John Birrell · Mirjam Moerbeek · Maarten C. Eisma · Maarten C. Eisma
General and specific factors of working alliance in parent training: A bifactor exploratory structural equation modelling approach Karolina Stasiak · Sally Merry · Chris Frampton · Stephanie Moor · Stephanie Moor
Community-based counseling reaches and helps bereaved people living in low-income households Nicholas S. Perry · Jocelyn E. Remmert · Christina Psaros · Megan Pinkston · Megan Pinkston · Steven A. Safren · Steven A. Safren
Specific and common processes as mediators of the long-term effects of cognitive-behavioral therapy integrated with motivational interviewing for generalized anxiety disorder David M. Erekson · Joseph Richard Horner · Michael J. Lambert · Michael J. Lambert
Patterns of practice in community mental health treatment of adult depression M.A. Ramezani · Khodabakhsh Ahmadi · Mohammadali Besharat · Sima Noohi · Afagh Ghaemmaghami · Afagh Ghaemmaghami
Relational schemas as mediators of innovative moments in symptom improvement in major depression I. Volkan Gülüm · Gonca Soygüt · Jeremy D. Safran · Jeremy D. Safran
Applying relationship anecdotes paradigm interviews to study client–therapist relationship narratives: Core conflictual relationship theme analyses Hilary Maxwell · Giorgio A. Tasca · Renee Grenon · Megan Faye · Kerri Ritchie · Hany Bissada · Louise Balfour · Louise Balfour
Ethnic differences in response to directive vs. non-directive brief intervention for subsyndromal depression Richard E. Zinbarg · William M. Pinsof · Kelley Quirk · Ashley D. Kendall · Jacob Z. Goldsmith · Nathan R. Hardy · Yaliu He · Allen K. Sabey · Tara Latta · Tara Latta
CodingWe-nessin couples relationship stories: A method for assessing mutuality in couple therapy† Sabrina Cipolletta · Damiano Mocellin · Damiano Mocellin
The form of the story: Measuring formal aspects of narrative activity in psychotherapy† Danielle Magaldi · Leora Trub · Leora Trub
Three narrative-based coding systems: Innovative moments, ambivalence and ambivalence resolution Almut Zeeck · Armin Hartmann · Beate Wild · M. de Zwaan · Stephan Herpertz · Markus Burgmer · J. von Wietersheim · Gaby Resmark · Hans-Christoph Friederich · Sefik Tagay · Andreas Dinkel · B. Loewe · Martin Teufel · David E. Orlinsky · Wolfgang Herzog · Stephan Zipfel · Stephan Zipfel
In the pursuit of truth, we should not prioritize correlational over causal evidence Claire Cartwright · Carrie Cornsweet Barber · Sue Cowie · Neil Thompson · Neil Thompson
Recognizing that truth is unattainable and attending to the most informative research evidence Ioana A. Cristea · Pim Cuijpers · Pim Cuijpers
In pursuit of truth: A critical examination of meta-analyses of cognitive behavior therapy Robert J. DeRubeis · Lorenzo Lorenzo-Luaces · Lorenzo Lorenzo-Luaces
Improvement in adult anxious and avoidant attachment during cognitive behavioral therapy for panic disorder Michelle G. Newman · Lucas S. Lafreniere · Nicholas C. Jacobson · Nicholas C. Jacobson
The role of emotion in psychotherapeutic change for medically unexplained symptoms Avinadav Rubin · Tohar Dolev · Sigal Zilcha-Mano · Sigal Zilcha-Mano
A randomized study on the effect of modified behavioral activation treatment for depressive symptoms in rural left-behind elderly Dina Zalaznik · Michal Weiss · Jonathan D. Huppert · Jonathan D. Huppert
I couldnt change the past; the answer wasnt there: A case study on the subjective construction of psychotherapeutic change of a patient with a Borderline Personality Disorder diagnosis and her therapist Lucia M. Walsh · McKenzie K. Roddy · Kelli Scott · Kelli Scott · Cara C. Lewis · Cara C. Lewis · Amanda Jensen-Doss · Amanda Jensen-Doss
The Psychotherapy Outcome Problem: The Development of the Outcome Stability Index Miguel M. Gonçalves · António P. Ribeiro · Inês Mendes · Daniela Alves · Joana Silva · Catarina Rosa · Cátia Braga · João Batista · Pablo Fernández-Navarro · João T. Oliveira · João T. Oliveira
Building emotional resilience over 14 sessions of emotion focused therapy: Micro-longitudinal analyses of productive emotional patterns Lynne Angus · Tali Boritz · Emily Bryntwick · Naomi Carpenter · Christianne Macaulay · Jasmine Khattra · Jasmine Khattra
Patients experiences with routine outcome monitoring and clinical feedback systems: A systematic review and synthesis of qualitative empirical literature David Pan · Stanley J. Huey · Lara H. Heflin · Lara H. Heflin
Meaning in life in psychotherapy: The perspective of experienced psychotherapists Clara Möller · Linda Karlgren · Anton Sandell · Fredrik Falkenström · Björn Philips · Björn Philips
Processes and changes experienced by clients during and after naturalistic good-outcome therapies conducted by experienced psychotherapists Inês Mendes · Catarina Rosa · William B. Stiles · Isabel Caro Gabalda · Pedro Gomes · Isabel Basto · João Salgado · João Salgado
Growth curves of clients emotional experience and their association with emotion regulation and symptoms Antonello Colli · Daniela Gentile · Valeria Condino · Vittorio Lingiardi · Vittorio Lingiardi
Narrative change in Gloria Films: Comparing various processes of therapeutic innovation Augusto Mellado · Nicolás Suárez · Carolina Altimir · Claudio Martínez · Janet Carola Pérez · Mariane Krause · Adam O. Horvath · Adam O. Horvath
Disentangling the change-alliance relationship: Observational assessment of the therapeutic alliance during change and stuck episodes Ingunn Amble · Tore Gude · Pål G. Ulvenes · Sven Stubdal · Bruce E. Wampold · Bruce E. Wampold
Multiplicity and mutuality in the transition of patient and therapists self-states: Comparison of good vs. poor outcome groups Hadar Fisher · Dana Atzil-Slonim · Eran Bar-Kalifa · Eshkol Rafaeli · Tuvia Peri · Tuvia Peri
Predicting psychotherapy outcome based on therapist interpersonal skills: A five-year longitudinal study of a therapist assessment protocol Clara E. Hill · Yoshi Kanazawa · Iris Schauerman · Darren Loureiro · Danielle James · Imani Carter · Shakeena King · Suad Razzak · Melanie Scarff · Jasmine Moore · Jasmine Moore
Mentalization-based therapy adherence and competence stimulates in-session mentalization in psychotherapy for borderline personality disorder with co-morbid substance dependence Butler, H., Hare, D.J. Wittkowski, A. · Butler, H., Hare, D.J. Wittkowski, A.
Improving the yield of psychotherapy research Brent Mallinckrodt · Mary Z. Anderson · Gahee Choi · Kenneth N. Levy · Katja Petrowski · Eric M. Sauer · Orya Tishby · Hadas Wiseman · Hadas Wiseman
A Qualitative Investigation of the Nature of Informal Supervision Among Therapists- in-Training Nehama Hacohen · Dana Atzil-Slonim · Rivka Tuval-Mashiach · Eran Bar-Kalifa · Hadar Fisher · Hadar Fisher
Assimilation, reflexivity, and therapist responsiveness in group psychotherapy for social phobia: A case study Henrike Stephanie Schlagert · Wolfgang Hiller · Wolfgang Hiller
The predictive value of early response in patients with depressive disorders Signe Hjelen Stige · Per-Einar Binder · Per-Einar Binder
From painstaking work to a new way of meeting the world—Trauma clients experiences with skill training in a stabilization group approach Naama Shafran · Dennis M. Kivlighan · Charles J. Gelso · Avantika Bhatia · Clara E. Hill · Clara E. Hill
Therapist immediacy: The association with working alliance, real relationship, session quality, and time in psychotherapy Danielle Katz · Georges Monette · Peter Gaskovski · John D. Eastwood · John D. Eastwood
The creation of the client reflexivity scale: A measure of minute fluctuations in self-awareness and exploration Tali Boritz · Ryan Barnhart · Lynne Angus · Michael J. Constantino · Michael J. Constantino
Pseudosecure vs. individuated-secure client attachment to therapist: Implications for therapy process and outcome† Vidar Blokhus Ekroll · Michael Helge Rønnestad · Michael Helge Rønnestad
Investigating an approach to the alliance based on interpersonal defense theory Fredrik Falkenström · Johan Grant · Rolf Holmqvist · Rolf Holmqvist
Towards the recovery of a sense of self: An interpretative phenomenological analysis of patients experience of body-oriented psychotherapy for schizophrenia Stig Magne Solstad · Louis G. Castonguay · Christian Moltu · Christian Moltu
Confessions of a New York rupture researcher: An insiders guide and critique Alessandro Talia · Madeleine Miller-Bottome · Hannah Katznelson · Signe Holm Pedersen · Howard Steele · Paul Schröder · Amy Origlieri · Fredrik B. Scharff · Guido Giovanardi · Mart Andersson · Vittorio Lingiardi · Jeremy D. Safran · Susanne Lunn · Stig Poulsen · Svenja Taubner · Svenja Taubner
Youth motivation as a predictor of treatment outcomes in a community mental health system Brett M. Merrill · Jared S. Warren · Darren J. Garcia · Sam A. Hardy · Sam A. Hardy
Translation of the Outcome Questionnaire-45 (OQ) into Japanese: A cultural adaptation Risa Takara · Mark E. Beecher · John C. Okiishi · Ken Shimokawa · Michael J. Lambert · Derek Griner · Derek Griner
Favourable outcome of long-term combined psychotherapy for patients with borderline personality disorder: Six-year follow-up of a randomized study Bjørnar T. Antonsen · Elfrida H. Kvarstein · Øyvind Urnes · Benjamin Hummelen · Sigmund Karterud · Theresa Wilberg · Theresa Wilberg
Patterns of Change in Interpersonal Problems During and After Short-term and Long-term Psychodynamic Group Therapy: A Randomized Clinical Trial Anette Fjeldstad · Per Høglend · Steinar Lorentzen · Steinar Lorentzen
Efficacy of an individualized social competence training for children with Oppositional Defiant Disorders/Conduct Disorders Anja Goertz-Dorten · Christina Benesch · Christopher Hautmann · Emel Berk-Pawlitzek · Martin Faber · Timo Lindenschmidt · Rahel Stadermann · Lioba Schuh · Manfred Doepfner · Manfred Doepfner
Exploring views about mindfulness groups for voice-hearing from the perspective of service users and staff: A Q-methodology study Tirma Morera · Sandra Bucci · Chloe Randal · Moya Barrett · Daniel Pratt · Daniel Pratt
How and when immersion and distancing are useful in emotion focused therapy for depression J. Christopher Muran · J. Christopher Muran · J. Christopher Muran
Enhancing the hermeneutic single-case efficacy design: Bridging the research-practice gap Marcous H. Marchese · Steven J. Robbins · Michael T. Morrow · Michael T. Morrow
Managing hindering self-focused attention in counseling sessions Meifen Wei · Fei Yi · Stephanie G. Carrera · Raquel Botello · Duk-Hae Sung · Duk-Hae Sung
Feedback to semi-professional counselors in treating child aggression Zipora Shechtman · Rony Tutian · Rony Tutian
Self-criticism in therapist training: A grounded theory analysis Divya Kannan · Heidi M. Levitt · Heidi M. Levitt
Self-Narrative Reconstruction after Dilemma-Focused Therapy for Depression: A Comparison of Good and Poor Outcome Cases Sonya K. Sterba · Sonya K. Sterba
Partially nested designs in psychotherapy trials: A review of modeling developments Jennifer M. Doran · Jennifer M. Doran
Assessing alliance ruptures and resolutions: Reliability and validity of the Collaborative Interactions Scale-revised version Sara Silva · José Pinto-Gouveia · João Salgado · João Salgado
Narrative flexibility in brief psychotherapy for depression Carla Cunha · Inês Mendes · António P. Ribeiro · Lynne Angus · Lesley S. Greenberg · Miguel M. Gonçalves · Miguel M. Gonçalves
Self-narrative reconstruction in emotion-focused therapy: A preliminary task analysis Timo Klan · Fabian Jasper · Wolfgang Hiller · Wolfgang Hiller
Predictors of the application of exposure in vivo in the treatment of agoraphobia in an outpatient clinic: An exploratory approach Sofia Jacinto · Cara C. Lewis · João N. Braga · Kelli Scott · Kelli Scott
The clientexperiencingscale as a predictor of treatment outcomes: A meta-analysis on psychotherapy process Marie Knutsen · Tine K. Jensen · Tine K. Jensen
The impact of psychotherapy treatments of different length and type on health behaviour during a five-year follow-up Pia Staczan · Roswitha Schmuecker · Miriam Koehler · Jessica Berglar · Aureliano Crameri · Agnes von Wyl · Margit Koemeda-Lutz · Peter Schulthess · Volker Tschuschke · Volker Tschuschke
Effects of sex and gender in ten types of psychotherapy Silje Hukkelberg · Terje Ogden · Terje Ogden
The phase model of psychotherapy outcome: Domain-specific trajectories of change in outpatient treatment Nick Midgley · Claudia Capella · Geoff Goodman · Adriana Lis · Marc J. Noom · Orya Tishby · Katharina Weitkamp · Katharina Weitkamp
Mentalization and the growth of symbolic play and affect regulation in psychodynamic therapy for children with behavioral problems Jared F. Roush · Sarah L. Brown · Sean M. Mitchell · Kelly C. Cukrowicz · Kelly C. Cukrowicz
Using helping skills with Korean clients: The perspectives of Korean counselors Anja Sembill · Silja Vocks · Joachim Kosfelder · Henning Schöttke · Henning Schöttke
Component studies of psychological treatments of adult depression: A systematic review and meta-analysis Eunsun Joo · Clara E. Hill · Young Hwa Kim · Young Hwa Kim
Changes in the trauma narratives of youth receiving trauma-focused cognitive behavioral therapy in relation to posttraumatic stress symptoms Francesca Locati · Germano Rossi · Laura Lucia Parolin · Laura Lucia Parolin
Reconsolidation of Traumatic Memories for PTSD: A randomized controlled trial of 74 male veterans Sidney Coren · Barry A. Farber · Barry A. Farber
Interactive dynamics among therapist interventions, therapeutic alliance and metacognition in the early stages of the psychotherapeutic process† Meredith Gunlicks-Stoessel · Ana Westervelt · Kristina Reigstad · Laura Mufson · Susanne Lee · Susanne Lee
The role of attachment style in interpersonal psychotherapy for depressed adolescents Patrizia Odyniec · Thomas Probst · Jürgen Margraf · Ulrike Willutzki · Ulrike Willutzki
Psychotherapist trainees professional self-doubt and negative personal reaction: Changes during cognitive behavioral therapy and association with patient progress Antonio Pascual-Leone · Nikita Yeryomenko · T. Sawashima · S. Warwar · S. Warwar
Experiential avoidance, cognitive fusion, and suicide ideation among psychiatric inpatients: The role of thwarted interpersonal needs Pim Cuijpers · Ioana A. Cristea · Eirini Karyotaki · Mirjam Reijnders · Steven D. Hollon · Steven D. Hollon
The Narrative-Emotion Process Coding System 2.0: A multi-methodological approach to identifying and assessing narrative-emotion process markers in psychotherapy Katharina T. E. Morken · Per-Einar Binder · Nina Arefjord · Sigmund Karterud · Sigmund Karterud
Juggling thoughts and feelings: How do female patients with borderline symptomology and substance use disorder experience change in mentalization-based treatment? Laura Galbusera · Lisa Fellin · Thomas Fuchs · Thomas Fuchs
The quest for connection in interpersonal and therapeutic relationships Kaisa Jyrä · Paul Knekt · Olavi Lindfors · Olavi Lindfors
Improving the efficiency of cognitive-behavioural therapy by using formal client feedback Hadas Wiseman · Hadas Wiseman
The therapeutic alliance in internet interventions: A narrative review and suggestions for future research Pauline D. Janse · Kim de Jong · Maarten K. van Dijk · G.J.M. Hutschemaekers · Marc Verbraak · Marc Verbraak
The shorter the better? A follow-up analysis of 10-session psychiatric treatment including the motive-oriented therapeutic relationship for borderline personality disorder Thomas Berger · Thomas Berger
Immediate therapist self-disclosure bolsters the effect of brief integrative psychotherapy on psychiatric symptoms and the perceptions of therapists: A randomized clinical trial Isabel Caro Gabalda · William B. Stiles · Sergio Pérez Ruiz · Sergio Pérez Ruiz
Use of outcome measurements in clinical practice: How specific should one be? Richard M. Gray · Denise Budden-Potts · Frank Bourke · Frank Bourke
Client perfectionism and psychological symptoms throughout psychotherapy M. Annet Nugter · Marleen L.M. Hermens · Sylvana Robbers · Gabrielle Van Son · Jan Theunissen · Fabiana Engelsbel · Fabiana Engelsbel
The professionalization and training of psychologists: The place of clinical wisdom Sergio Salvatore · Omar Gelo · Alessandro Gennaro · Roberto Metrangolo · Grazia Terrone · Valeria Pace · Claudia Venuleo · Annalisa Venezia · Enrico Ciavolino · Enrico Ciavolino
An automated method of content analysis for psychotherapy research: A further validation Anne Scherer · Maren Boecker · Markus Pawelzik · Siegfried Gauggel · Thomas Forkmann · Thomas Forkmann
Emotion suppression, not reappraisal, predicts psychotherapy outcome Holly B. Laws · Michael J. Constantino · Aline G. Sayer · Daniel N. Klein · James H. Kocsis · Rachel Manber · John C. Markowitz · Barbara O. Rothbaum · Dana Steidtmann · Michael E. Thase · Bruce A. Arnow · Bruce A. Arnow
Convergence in patient–therapist therapeutic alliance ratings and its relation to outcome in chronic depression treatment Jesse Owen · Joanna M. Drinane · Karen W. Tao · Jill L. Adelson · Joshua N. Hook · Don E. Davis · Natacha Fookune · Natacha Fookune
Racial/ethnic disparities in client unilateral termination: The role of therapists cultural comfort Sandra J. Waters · Timothy J. Strauman · Daphne C. McKee · Lisa C. Campbell · Rebecca A. Shelby · Kim E. Dixon · Anne Marie Fras · Francis J. Keefe · Francis J. Keefe
Efficacy of group psychotherapy for posttraumatic stress disorder: Systematic review and meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials Thomas Munder · Jürgen Barth · Jürgen Barth
A randomized-controlled trial of cognitive–behavioral therapy for depression with integrated techniques from emotion-focused and exposure therapies Joshua K. Swift · Bruce E. Wampold · Bruce E. Wampold
Cognitive conflict resolution during psychotherapy: Its impact on depressive symptoms and psychological distress Martin Grosse Holtforth · Tobias Krieger · Johannes Zimmermann · David Altenstein-Yamanaka · Nadja Dörig · Laurence Meisch · Adele M. Hayes · Adele M. Hayes
Sexual minority reflections on their psychotherapy experiences Brent Mallinckrodt · Yacob T. Tekie · Yacob T. Tekie
Competence feedback improves CBT competence in trainee therapists: A randomized controlled pilot study Ueli Kramer · Niklaus Stulz · Laurent Berthoud · Franz Caspar · Pierre Marquet · Stéphane Kolly · Yves de Roten · Jean-Nicolas Despland · Jean-Nicolas Despland
Learning to address multiple syndemics for people living with HIV through client perspectives on CBT Mieke de Jong · Petrus Antonius Maria Meulenbeek · Eric Noorthoorn · Eric Noorthoorn
Case sampling for psychotherapy practice, theory, and policy guidance: Qualities and quantities Falk Leichsenring · Stuart Ablon · Jacques P. Barber · Manfred E. Beutel · Mary Beth Connolly Gibbons · Susanne Klein · Frank Leweke · Christiane Steinert · Jörg Wiltink · Simone Salzer · Simone Salzer
Narrative innovations predict symptom improvement: Studying innovative moments in narrative therapy of depression Miguel M. Gonçalves · António P. Ribeiro · Joana Silva · Inês Mendes · Inês Sousa · Inês Sousa
Change in Personality Functioning in Patients with Personality Disorders Following Inpatient Psychotherapy : A Longitudinal Study Sibel Halfon · Pelinsu Bulut · Pelinsu Bulut
The developing practitioner-Growth and stagnation of therapists and counselors Jan Carlsson · Jan Carlsson
The therapeutic alliance: An evidence-based guide to practice Michael J. Lambert · Michael J. Lambert
Understanding the process of motivational interviewing: A review of the relational and technical hypotheses Mia Romano · Lorna Peters · Lorna Peters
Emotion categories and patterns of change in experiential therapy for depression Imke Herrmann · Leslie S. Greenberg · Lars Auszra · Lars Auszra
Reflective dialogue in clinical supervision : a pilot study involving collaborative review of supervision videos Hamish R. M. Hill · Trevor P. Crowe · Craig J. Gonsalvez · Craig J. Gonsalvez
A re-examination of process–outcome relations in cognitive therapy for depression: Disaggregating within-patient and between-patient effects Katherine E. Sasso · Daniel R. Strunk · Justin D. Braun · Robert J. DeRubeis · Melissa A. Brotman · Melissa A. Brotman
Effects of religious vs. standard cognitive behavioral therapy on therapeutic alliance: A randomized clinical trial Harold G. Koenig · Bruce Nelson · Sally F. Shaw · Clive J. Robins · Noha Daher · Harvey J. Cohen · Michael King · Michael King
Reliability and validity of the DBT-VLCS: A measure to code validation strategies in dialectical behavior therapy sessions Amanda Carson-Wong · Shireen L. Rizvi · Shireen L. Rizvi
Goldilocks on the couch: Moderate levels of psychodynamic and process-experiential technique predict outcome in psychodynamic therapy Kevin S. McCarthy · John R. Keefe · Jacques P. Barber · Jacques P. Barber
A pan-theoretical conceptualization of client involvement in psychotherapy Eric Morris · Marilyn Fitzpatrick · Jesse Renaud · Jesse Renaud
Emotional change process in resolving self-criticism during experiential treatment of depression Bryan H. Choi · Alberta E. Pos · Magnus S. Magnusson · Magnus S. Magnusson
Good-enough level and dose-effect models: Variation among outcomes and therapists Jesse Owen · Jill L. Adelson · Stephanie L. Budge · Stephen Mark Kopta · Robert J. Reese · Robert J. Reese
Multicultural competencies: What are we measuring? Joanna M. Drinane · Jesse Owen · Jill L. Adelson · Emil Rodolfa · Emil Rodolfa
A theoretical and methodological proposal for the descriptive assessment of therapeutic interactions María Xesús Froján-Parga · Elena María Ruiz-Sancho · Ana Calero-Elvira · Ana Calero-Elvira
Reflections on supervision in psychotherapy Héctor Fernández-Álvarez · Héctor Fernández-Álvarez
Assessment of patient interpersonal behavior: Development and validation of a rating scale Samantha Richtberg · Marion Jakob · Volkmar Höfling · Florian Weck · Florian Weck
The influence of diagnosis on psychotherapy missed opportunities in a veteran population Jared W. Keeley · Scott Cardin · Rose Gonzalez · Rose Gonzalez
Why do psychotherapists participate in psychotherapy research and why not? Results of the Attitudes to Psychotherapy Research Questionnaire with a sample of experienced German psychotherapists Svenja Taubner · Jennifer Klasen · Thomas Munder · Thomas Munder
Client attachment security predicts alliance in a randomized controlled trial of two psychotherapies for bulimia nervosa Sofie Folke · Sarah I. F. Daniel · Stig Poulsen · Susanne Lunn · Susanne Lunn
A cognitive behavioural therapy booklet for anxiety in functional gastrointestinal disorders: Patient and health practitioner perspectives Antonina Mikocka-Walus · Alyce Ahl · Andrea L. Gordon · Jane M. Andrews · Jane M. Andrews
Therapist facilitative interpersonal skills and training status: A randomized clinical trial on alliance and outcome Timothy Anderson · Mary Ellen J. Crowley · Lina K. Himawan · Jennifer Klimek Holmberg · Brian D. Uhlin · Brian D. Uhlin
Residential treatment outcomes for adolescents with obsessive-compulsive disorder Rachel C. Leonard · Martin E. Franklin · Wetterneck Ct · Bradley C. Riemann · Simpson Hb · Kinnear K · Shawn P. Cahill · Lake Pm · Lake Pm
Pretreatment and process predictors of nonresponse at different stages of inpatient psychotherapy Laurence Reuter · Thomas Munder · Uwe Altmann · Armin Hartmann · Bernhard Strauss · Carl Eduard Scheidt · Carl Eduard Scheidt
An investigation of client mood in the initial and final sessions of cognitive-behavioral therapy and psychodynamic-interpersonal therapy Andrew S. McClintock · William B. Stiles · Lina K. Himawan · Timothy Anderson · Michael Barkham · Gillian E. Hardy · Gillian E. Hardy
Efficacy of systemic therapy on adults with mental disorders: A meta-analysis Martin Pinquart · Barbara Oslejsek · Daniela Teubert · Daniela Teubert
How does practicing psychotherapy affect the personal life of the therapist? A qualitative inquiry of senior therapists experiences Marit Råbu · Christian Moltu · Per-Einar Binder · John McLeod · John McLeod
Reported positive and negative outcomes associated with a self-practice/self-reflection cognitive-behavioural therapy exercise for CBT trainees Lisa Doove · Katrijn Van Deun · Elise Dusseldorp · Iven Van Mechelen · Iven Van Mechelen
Elaborating the assimilation model: Introduction to a special section on case studies of setbacks within sessions and therapeutic collaboration Laura Galbusera · Michael T. Finn · Thomas Fuchs · Thomas Fuchs
Therapist interventions and client ambivalence in two cases of narrative therapy for depression Judith A. Cohen · Esther Deblinger · Anthony P. Mannarino · Anthony P. Mannarino
Therapeutic collaboration and the assimilation of problematic experiences in emotion-focused therapy for depression: Comparison of two cases Alan E. Kazdin · Alan E. Kazdin
The short Working Alliance Inventory in parent training: Factor structure and longitudinal invariance Kristin Østlie · Erik Stänicke · Hanne Haavind · Hanne Haavind
Item response theory analysis of Working Alliance Inventory, revised response format, and new Brief Alliance Inventory Florian Weck · Yvonne M. Kaufmann · Höfling · Höfling
Differential effectiveness of group, individual, and conjoint treatments: An archival analysis of OQ-45 change trajectories Timothy J. Quiñones · Eva N. Woodward · David W. Pantalone · David W. Pantalone
Predicting individual change during the course of treatment Gary M. Burlingame · Robert L. Gleave · Davey Erekson · Philip L. Nelson · Joseph A. Olsen · Steve Thayer · Mark E. Beecher · Mark E. Beecher
Quantitative and qualitative methods in psychotherapy research Edward A. Wise · David L. Streiner · Robert Gallop · Robert Gallop
Self-system therapy for distress associated with persistent low back pain: A randomized clinical trial Kristen Carnevale · Jeffrey A. Hayes · Jeffrey A. Hayes
QUINT: A tool to detect qualitative treatment-subgroup interactions in randomized controlled trials Heidi M. Levitt · Elizabeth Piazza-Bonin · Elizabeth Piazza-Bonin
Therapist activities preceding setbacks in the assimilation process Mattias Holmqvist Larsson · Fredrik Falkenström · Gerhard Andersson · Rolf Holmqvist · Rolf Holmqvist
Supervisor variance in psychotherapy outcome in routine practice Tony Rousmaniere · Joshua K. Swift · Robbie Babins-Wagner · Jason L. Whipple · Sandy Berzins · Sandy Berzins
How to assess the quality of psychotherapy outcome studies: A systematic review of quality assessment criteria Wong Yj · Jesse Owen · Nicole T. Gabana · Joshua W. Brown · Mcinnis S · Toth P · Gilman L · Gilman L
Professional and service user perceptions of psychological interventions for Mental Health Difficulties: a meta-synthesis of qualitative studies Henna Penttinen · Jarl Wahlström · Katja Hartikainen · Katja Hartikainen
How and when feedback works in psychotherapy: Is it the signal? Henning Schöttke · Christoph Flückiger · Simon B. Goldberg · Julia Eversmann · Julia Lange · Julia Lange
Setbacks in the process of assimilation of problematic experiences in two cases of emotion-focused therapy for depression Carla Cunha · Anita Santos · Miguel M. Gonçalves · João Salgado · João Salgado
The working alliance: Where have we been, where are we going? Jessie M. Wall · Janelle L. Kwee · Monica Hu · Marvin J. McDonald · Marvin J. McDonald
Relationship representations and change in adolescents and emerging adults during psychodynamic psychotherapy Dana Atzil-Slonim · Hadas Wiseman · Orya Tishby · Orya Tishby
Therapist correlates of attitudes toward sexual minority individuals, affirmative counseling self-efficacy, and beliefs about affirmative practice Edward J. Alessi · Frank R. Dillon · Hillary Mi-Sung Kim · Hillary Mi-Sung Kim
The therapeutic factor inventory-8: Using item response theory to create a brief scale for continuous process monitoring for group psychotherapy Giorgio A. Tasca · Christine Cabrera · Elizabeth Kristjansson · Rebecca R. MacNair-Semands · Anthony S. Joyce · John S. Ogrodniczuk · John S. Ogrodniczuk
Effects of providing domain specific progress monitoring and feedback to therapists and patients on outcome Kale Dyer · Geoff R. Hooke · Andrew C. Page · Andrew C. Page
The relationships between adult attachment, theoretical orientation, and therapist-reported alliance quality among licensed psychologists Sari Fleischman · Hal S. Shorey · Hal S. Shorey
Developing a prototype for short-term psychodynamic (supportive-expressive) therapy: An empirical study with the psychotherapy process Q-set Merton S. Krause · Merton S. Krause

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