Empirically Supported Therapies

Empirically Supported Therapies

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Basing psychological interventions and mental-health treatments on empirically validated `best practice' is the subject of this controversial book. The first part of the book comprises theoretical issues surrounding the development and promotion of empirically validated interventions. In particular, the contributors consider whether many empirically validated interventions are actually valid with all clients and in all the circumstances claimed for them. Part Two examines a range of specific validated interventions as illustrations of the issues involved in the debate.With regard to psychotherapy treatments, treatment manuals would need to be updated to account for such findings. ... Psychodynamic treatment manuals also allow for individualized case formulation and flexible Training in Empiricallyanbsp;...

Title:Empirically Supported Therapies
Author: Keith S. Dobson, Kenneth D. Craig
Publisher:SAGE Publications, Incorporated - 1998-08-26

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