Chipping Away at the Blank Screen : Therapist Self-disclosure and the Real Relationship

@inproceedings{Ain2008ChippingAA,
  title={Chipping Away at the Blank Screen : Therapist Self-disclosure and the Real Relationship},
  author={Stacie C Ain},
  year={2008}
}
Title of thesis: CHIPPING AWAY AT THE BLANK SCREEN: THERAPIST SELFDISCLOSURE AND THE REAL RELATIONSHIP Stacie Ain, Master of Science, 2008 Thesis directed by: Professor Charles Gelso, PhD. Department of Psychology The present study examined clients’ perceptions of their real relationships with their therapists, the appropriateness of the amount of their therapists’ self-disclosures, and their therapy outcomes. Ninety-four former clients completed measures of these variables. A positive… CONTINUE READING

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