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Experiential therapy of depression: Differential effects of client - centered relationship condition
An infra-red responsive fingerprint composition and method for manufacturing by sifting and mixing a minor proportion of finely divided carbon black (50 to 75 millimicrons) and a major proportion ofExpand
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How and When Does Emotional Expression Help?
The paradox of distress expression is that expression of negative feelings is both a sign of distress and a possible means of coping with that distress. This article describes research illustratingExpand
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Experiential Therapy of Depression: Differential Effects of Client-Centered Relationship Conditions and Process Experiential Interventions
This study compared the effectiveness of process-experiential psychotherapy with one of its components, client-centered psychotherapy, in the treatment of (34) adults suffering from major depression.Expand
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Expressing Emotion: Myths, Realities, and Therapeutic Strategies
Part I: Introduction. Expression, Nonexpression, and Well-Being: An Overview. Part II: Theory: Intrapersonal Processes. The Myth of Emotional Venting. Blind Spots and Epiphanies: Expression,Expand
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Comparing the effectiveness of process-experiential with cognitive-behavioral psychotherapy in the treatment of depression.
This study compared process-experiential and cognitive-behavioral psychotherapy in the treatment of major depression in a researcher allegiance-balanced randomized clinical trial. Sixty-six clientsExpand
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An adjudicated hermeneutic single-case efficacy design study of experiential therapy for panic/phobia
Abstract This article illustrates the application of an adjudicated form of hermeneutic single-case efficacy design, a critical-reflective method for inferring change and therapeutic influence inExpand
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The Canadian immigration experiences of Pakistani women: Dreams confront reality
This paper presents an account of the experience of South Asian women of Pakistani descent who have immigrated to Canada within the last year. The purpose of the study was to explore the quality ofExpand
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Therapist and client perceptions of therapeutic presence: The development of a measure
Abstract The authors developed two versions of a therapeutic presence measure, based on an earlier model of presence (Geller & Greenberg, 2002)—Therapeutic Presence Inventory–therapist (TPI-T) andExpand
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Re-visioning empathy.
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Clients' emotional processing in psychotherapy: a comparison between cognitive-behavioral and process-experiential therapies.
The authors compared clients' emotional processing in good and bad outcome cases in cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and process-experiential therapy (PET) and investigated whether clients'Expand
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