The Working Alliance. Theory, Research, and Practice. Wiley Series on Personality Processes

  • ID: 2220332
  • Book
  • 304 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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In the past decade, the working alliance has emerged as possibly the most important conceptualization of the common elements in diverse therapy modalities. Created to define the relationship between a client in therapy or counseling and the client′s therapist, it is a way of looking at and examining the vagaries and expectations and commitments previously implicit in the therapeutic relationship, explaining the cooperative aspects of the alliance between the two parties.
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Partial table of contents:

CONCEPTUAL AND RESEARCH PERSPECTIVES.

Theory and Research on the Therapeutic Working Alliance: New Directions (E. Bordin).

Therapeutic Alliances as Predictors of Psychotherapy Outcomes: Factors Explaining the Predictive Success (L. Luborsky).

The Therapeutic Alliance as Interpersonal Process (W. Henry & H. Strupp).

The California Psychotherapy Alliance Scales (L. Gaston & C. Marmar).

THE ALLIANCE IN DIVERSE THERAPIES.

The Therapeutic Alliance in Cognitive–Behavior Therapy (P. Raue & M. Goldfried).

The Alliance in Experiential Therapy: Enacting the Relationship Conditions (J. Watson & L. Greenberg).

THE ALLIANCE AS PROCESS.

The Role of the Therapeutic Alliance in Psychoanalytic Therapy with Borderline Patients (S. Frieswyk, et al.).

EMPIRICAL FINDINGS.

Research on the Alliance (A. Horvath).

Indexes.
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Adam O. Horvath currently works at the Faculty of Education, Simon Fraser University. Adam does research in Health Psychology, Cognitive Psychology and Clinical Psychology. Their current project is ′Alliance in Individual Psychotherapy.′

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