By Associate Professor Department of Psychology Louis G Castonguay PhD, J Christopher Muran PhD, Dr Lynne E Angus, Jeffrey A Hayes Ph., Nicholas Ladany, Timothy Anderson
Many clinicians at the present time are ignorant of the results of psychotherapy examine for his or her perform. study which may conveniently be utilized isn't really continually simply present in unique empirical papers. And whereas they comprehend the place to discover information on tools and statistical approaches, modern day clinicians won't snatch the bigger photograph of psychotherapy examine from the prior 50 years. Bringing Psychotherapy examine To lifestyles makes an attempt to bridge those gaps via highlighting the paintings of 28 uncommon psychotherapy researchers, exhibiting how their study courses replaced the way in which we predict approximately and perform psychotherapy.
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B. (1975). Psychotherapy change measures. Washington, DC: Department of Health, Education, and Welfare. A BRIEF INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOTHERAPY RESEARCH 13 I ESTABLISHING THE FOUNDATION FOR THE SCIENTIFIC STUDY OF PSYCHOTHERAPY 2 CARL ROGERS: IDEALISTIC PRAGMATIST AND PSYCHOTHERAPY RESEARCH PIONEER ROBERT ELLIOTT AND BARRY A. FARBER In many ways, Carl Rogers was and continues to be a figure of contradictions. He was a dreamy idealist who was also a hard-headed pragmatist; a humanist grounded in positivism; a shy, somewhat stiff Midwesterner who ended up advocating openness, disclosure, and intimacy; a persuasive advocate for empathic and respectful listening raised in a judgmental, nonexpressive home; the founder of a major school of therapy who discouraged followers, training institutes, and professional organizations; an academic who rebelled against almost all of the trappings of academia; and a key figure in the origins and development of psychotherapy research who at a crucial moment gave it all up to move to California to pursue encounter groups, educational reform, and peace-making.
Producer) (1965). Three approaches to psychotherapy (Part 1) [Film]. Orange, CA: Psychological Films. Snyder, W. U. (1945). An investigation of the nature of nondirective psychotherapy. Journal of Genetic Psychology, 33, 193–223. CARL ROGERS 27 3 JEROME D. FRANK: PSYCHOTHERAPY RESEARCHER AND HUMANITARIAN BRUCE E. WAMPOLD AND JOEL WEINBERGER The professional contributions of Jerome D. Frank, PhD, MD, or “Jerry,” as he was known to family and friends, exemplify two major themes. First, Frank was committed to using evidence to reveal the essence of phenomena and abhorred dogmatism.
He wrote prolifically and compellingly about applying 17 client-centered (later person-centered) approaches to problems related to education, marriage, racism, and geopolitical disputes. More generally, his emphasis on the mutative aspects of the relationship per se has been accepted by virtually all contemporary schools of psychotherapy, including those aligned with cognitive behavior therapy and psychodynamically-oriented approaches (Farber, 2007). MAJOR CONTRIBUTIONS Often obscured by the importance and far-reaching effects of his clinical innovations are Rogers’s seminal contributions to psychotherapy research.