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Comparative efficacy, speed, and adverse effects of three PTSD treatments: exposure therapy, EMDR, and relaxation training.
The authors examined the efficacy, speed, and incidence of symptom worsening for 3 treatments of posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD): prolonged exposure, relaxation training, or eye movementExpand
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Strategies for Reducing Patient‐Initiated Premature Termination of Psychotherapy
&NA; Rates of patient‐initiated premature termination in different forms of psychotherapy are consistently high. Patient‐initiated premature termination is recognized as a significant obstacle to theExpand
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Prediction of dropping out in time-limited, interpretive individual psychotherapy.
Predictors of dropping out were focus on transference, significantly investigated for patients who participated differentiated dropouts from completers. in time-limited, interpretive individualExpand
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"You feel like you can't live anymore": suicide from the perspectives of Canadian men who experience depression.
Severe depression is a known risk factor for suicide, yet worldwide men's suicide rates continue to outnumber reported rates of men's depression. While acknowledging that the pathways to suicide areExpand
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Men's discourses of help-seeking in the context of depression.
Depression is an illness increasingly constructed as a gendered mood disorder and consequently diagnosed in women more than men. The diagnostic criteria used for its assessment often perpetrate andExpand
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Changes in Alexithymia Following Psychological Intervention: A Review
AbstractAlexithymia, a deficit characterized by difficulties identifying, differentiating, and articulating emotions, is associated with significant physical and mental health impairment. It isExpand
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Differentiating Symptoms of Complicated Grief and Depression among Psychiatric Outpatients
Objective: This study examined whether dimensions of complicated grief (CG) could be distinguished from dimensions of depression and whether these dimensions were differentially affected by groupExpand
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Factor structure and validity of the Therapeutic Factors Inventory–Short Form.
Clinical group practice is commonly guided by the assumption that 11 distinct therapeutic factors operate in psychotherapy groups. This assumption should be closely examined due to the emergingExpand
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The alliance as mediator of expectancy effects in short-term individual therapy.
The authors investigated the hypothesis that the therapeutic alliance mediates the relationship between pretherapy expectancy of improvement and psychotherapy outcome. Data were drawn from aExpand
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