Client interpersonal and cognitive styles as predictors of response to time-limited cognitive therapy for depression.

Abstract

This study examined the relationship between cognitive and interpersonal styles and outcome among 24 clients who received time-limited cognitive therapy for depression. The authors hypothesized that this relationship would be mediated by therapeutic alliance. They found that clients' interpersonal style, particularly an underinvolved style, was predictive of treatment outcome. As predicted, the impact of this style on outcome was mediated through the therapeutic alliance.

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@article{Hardy2001ClientIA, title={Client interpersonal and cognitive styles as predictors of response to time-limited cognitive therapy for depression.}, author={Gillian E Hardy and Jane Cahill and Dara A. Shapiro and Michael Barkham and Anne Rees and Norman Macaskill}, journal={Journal of consulting and clinical psychology}, year={2001}, volume={69 5}, pages={841-5} }