Approaches to pretherapy training

  title={Approaches to pretherapy training},
  author={S. Richard Sauber},
  journal={Journal of Contemporary Psychotherapy},
T HIS PAPER describes an investigation to explore the question: If certain patient behaviors are necessary for successful therapy, why not increase the probability of their occurrence by arranging pretherapy training experiences? The major objection to this procedure is grounded in the traditional, analytical model in which the mysterious variable of "ambiguity" is advocated theoretically (without experimental validation) as a prerequisite for the development of free association and… CONTINUE READING

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