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The relationship of early alliance ruptures and their resolution to process and outcome in three time-limited psychotherapies for personality disorders.
This study examined the relationship of early alliance ruptures and their resolution to process and outcome in a sample of 128 patients randomly assigned to 1 of 3 time-limited psychotherapies forExpand
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Short-term psychotherapy of personality disorders.
OBJECTIVE The efficacy of short-term psychotherapy has become an area of increasing interest. The primary objective of this study was to assess the results of two forms of short-term psychotherapy inExpand
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Patient pretreatment interpersonal problems and therapeutic alliance in short-term cognitive therapy.
The growing consensus regarding the importance of interpersonal process in psychotherapy, as well as of interpersonal factors in self-definition, has underscored the relevance of examining patientExpand
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Early identification of treatment failures in short-term psychotherapy. An assessment of therapeutic alliance and interpersonal behavior.
Early sessions of patients categorized as dropouts (n = 25), good outcome (n = 28), and poor outcome (n = 20) completers of a 40-session protocol of short-term psychotherapy were compared toExpand
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A randomized prospective study comparing supportive and dynamic therapies. Outcome and alliance.
The authors report preliminary results of Brief Supportive Psychotherapy (BSP) in the Beth Israel Brief Psychotherapy Program for a sample with primarily Cluster C Axis II disorders. This studyExpand
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Evaluating an alliance-focused treatment for personality disorders.
This paper presents a study with theaim of evaluating the relative efÞcacyof an alliance-focused treatment, briefrelational therapy, in comparison to ashort-term dynamic therapy andExpand
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Assessing patient suitability for short-term cognitive therapy with an interpersonal focus
In the current study, the development and initial validation of the Suitability for Short-Term Cognitive Therapy (SSCT) interview procedure is reported. The SSCT is an interview and rating procedureExpand
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Evaluating negative process: a comparison of working alliance, interpersonal behavior, and narrative coherency among three psychotherapy outcome conditions.
The aim of this study was to investigate the interrelationships of three measures of the therapeutic relationship and their validity in predicting treatment outcome, including the earlyExpand
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Defining and identifying alliance ruptures.
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