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Predicting the effect of cognitive therapy for depression: a study of unique and common factors.
TLDR
Cognitive therapy therapists sometimes increased their adherence to cognitive rationales and techniques to correct problems in the therapeutic alliance, however, such increased focus seems to worsen alliance strains, thereby interfering with therapeutic change.
Extension of the rejection sensitivity construct to the interpersonal functioning of gay men.
TLDR
The authors conclude that gay-related rejection sensitivity is a useful construct for clinicians working with gay men given the impact that past gay- related rejection can have on their gay clients' present cognitive-affective-behavioral functioning.
Clinical Issues in Working With Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Clients.
This article discusses some of the key clinical issues for therapists to consider when working with lesbian, gay, and bisexual (LGB) clients. After a discussion of the biases that can influence
Clinical Issues in Working With Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Clients.
This article discusses some of the key clinical issues for therapists to consider when working with lesbian, gay, and bisexual (LGB) clients. After a discussion of the biases that can influence
The relationship between experiences of discrimination and mental health among lesbians and gay men: An examination of internalized homonegativity and rejection sensitivity as potential mechanisms.
TLDR
Findings suggest potential mechanisms through which experiences of discrimination influence well-being among sexual minorities, which has important implications for research and clinical practice with these populations.
Therapist qualities preferred by sexual-minority individuals.
TLDR
This study was designed to identify those therapist qualities that sexual-minority individuals prefer and to determine how the presenting problem influences therapist choice.
Toward the delineation of therapeutic change principles.
  • M. Goldfried
  • Psychology
    The American psychologist
  • 1 November 1980
TLDR
It is argued that psychotherapy is currently in a state of infancy; anyone desiring therapy nowadays needs to decide which of more than 130 different approaches is likely to be most helpful and that the time is rapidly approaching when more than ever before, the authors have the opportunity to advance the field in the direction of greater maturity.
Toward a more clinically valid approach to therapy research.
  • M. Goldfried, B. Wolfe
  • Psychology, Medicine
    Journal of consulting and clinical psychology
  • 1 February 1998
TLDR
The field needs to foster a more productive collaboration between clinician and researcher; study theoretically integrated interventions; use process research findings to improve therapy manuals; make greater use of replicated clinical case studies; focus on less heterogeneous, dimensionalized clinical problems; and find a better way of disseminatingResearch findings to the practicing clinician.
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