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Predicting the effect of cognitive therapy for depression: a study of unique and common factors.
The ability of several process variables to predict therapy outcome was tested with 30 depressed clients who received cognitive therapy with or without medication. Two types of process variables wereExpand
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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 influenceExpand
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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.
OBJECTIVE The current study used path analysis to examine potential mechanisms through which experiences of discrimination influence depressive and social anxiety symptoms. METHOD The sampleExpand
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Extension of the rejection sensitivity construct to the interpersonal functioning of gay men.
On the basis of recent evidence suggesting that gay men are particularly likely to fear interpersonal rejection, the authors set out to extend the rejection sensitivity construct to the mental healthExpand
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Toward a more clinically valid approach to therapy research.
Despite the advances in psychotherapy outcome research, findings are limited because they do not fully generalize to the way therapy is conducted in the real world. Research's clinical validity hasExpand
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Toward the delineation of therapeutic change principles.
There is a growing discontent among therapists of varying orientations. Psychoanalytic, behavioral, and humanistically oriented clinicians are starting to raise serious questions about the limits ofExpand
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Therapist qualities preferred by sexual-minority individuals.
Psychotherapy research concerning lesbian, gay, and bisexual (LGB) individuals has focused on matching clients on gender and sexual orientation, yet has not considered how factors such as therapeuticExpand
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Psychotherapy practice and research. Repairing a strained alliance.
Although the gap between psychotherapy practice and research has been present for some time, recent pressures for accountability from outside the system-managed health care and biologicalExpand
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