Amy E Dierberger

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Clinicians' impact on substance use disorder treatment has been much less studied than therapy and patient variables. Yet, in this selective review of literature, a growing body of empirical work on clinicians' impact highlights several key issues that have relevance both to clinical practice and future research. These issues include clinicians' effect on(More)
The empirical literature on pharmacotherapy for bulimia nervosa reveals mixed results. We examined the results of controlled clinical trials of pharmacotherapies for bulimia published from 1980 to 1999. To do this, we employed a multidimensional meta-analysis, a method for aggregating a range of clinically meaningful indicators of outcome (including but not(More)
This randomized study examined whether narrative emotional disclosure improves mindfulness, experiential avoidance, and mental health, and how baseline levels of and changes in mindfulness and experiential avoidance relate to mental health. Participants (N=233) wrote repeated traumatic (experimental condition) or unemotional daily events narratives (control(More)
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