Meaghan E Lehmann

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C. E. Hill (2004) recently developed the concept of therapist immediacy to capture discussion by the therapist about the therapeutic relationship that occurs in the here-and-now of a therapy session. This concept has been expanded to include discussion about the therapeutic relationship by both the client and therapist, captured by the term therapeutic(More)
Using the Shedler-Westen Assessment Procedure (SWAP)-200 Q-Sort items in a large clinical sample of outpatients (N = 105), we developed the SWAP insight scale. The rationale, psychometric properties, and convergent validity of this insight scale are reported. Through factor analysis, six of the SWAP-200 items were identified as psychometrically optimal in(More)
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