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In this study we analyzed 65 fragments of session recordings in which a cognitive behavioral therapist employed the Socratic method with her patients. Specialized coding instruments were used to… (More)
Title: Analysis of the client's verbal behavior during the therapeutic process. Abstract: In this paper we conduct an analysis of the client behavior focusing on the main activity that is performed… (More)
The goal of this study is to analyze the verbal interaction that takes place between client and therapist over the course of a clinical intervention so as to analyze the potential learning processes… (More)
BACKGROUND The paper “Why do people change in therapy? A preliminary study" (2006), published in this journal, led to the beginning of a line of research based on observational methodology and aimed… (More)
Resumen es: El proposito del trabajo es analizar los componen - tes terapeuticos aplicados en la reestructuracion cognitiva y la frecuencia con que cada uno de ellos...
OBJECTIVE The goal of this study is to show the development of a strategy for a descriptive assessment of the therapeutic interaction. METHOD In this study, we develop an observational methodology… (More)
An approach to the study of punishment in therapy: A case study Maria Xesus Frojan-Parga;Elena Ruiz-Sancho;Rebeca Pardo-Cebrian;Nerea Galvan-Dominguez;Isabel Izquierdo-Alfaro; International Journal… (More)
This study analyzes the potential functions of the therapist's verbal behavior dur- ing actual in-session therapist-client interactions. The complete therapeutic process of a clinical case was… (More)
The goal of this study is to show the development of a strategy for a functional analysis of the therapeutic interaction that ultimately could help to explain the change processes taking place during… (More)
The present study is an initial approach to the study of differences between therapists with regard to their experience level. This type of study is based on...