Why Do Research in Psychotherapy?. Introduction to a Revolution

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  • Book
  • 250 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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The field of psychotherapy research faces many serious problems that are rarely discussed, and these problems could have profound effects on its future. This book provides frank and open discussion of some of the key issues pertaining to psychotherapy research, using a fresh and inspiring angle. Revolution in Psychotherapy Research makes a convincing case for the implementation of a discovery–oriented approach which will revolutionise the psychotherapy research field.
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Does This Kind of Psychotherapy Thing go With That Kind of psychotherapy Thing?

Is Psychotherapy Good, Worthwhile, Helpful and effective?

Is This Particular Psychotherapy Good, Worthwhile, Helpful and effective?

Is This Psychotherapy More Helpful and Effective Than Psychotherapy for This Particular Problem/disorder?

Is This Particular In–session Thing connected With Successful Post–treatment Outcome?

Are These Things Common across Successful, Effective Therapies?

Is This Theory of Psychotherapy Good?

Is This Theory of Psychotherapy Better Than That Theory?

Does The Research contribute to The Cumulative Body of Psychotherapeutic Knowledge?

The discovery–oriented Approach to Research on Psychotherapy.

Conclusion and invitations.

References.

Index

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Alvin R. Mahrer, PhD, is a professor emeritus at the school of psychology at the University of Ottawa. A fellow of the American Psychological Association and past president of its psychotherapy division, Mahrer has published 11 books on experiential psychotherapy and holds dozens of lectures and workshops each year in Africa, Asia, and Europe.
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