Clients' emotional processing in psychotherapy: a comparison between cognitive-behavioral and process-experiential therapies.

@article{Watson2006ClientsEP,
  title={Clients' emotional processing in psychotherapy: a comparison between cognitive-behavioral and process-experiential therapies.},
  author={Jeanne Cherry Watson and Danielle L Bedard},
  journal={Journal of consulting and clinical psychology},
  year={2006},
  volume={74 1},
  pages={152-9}
}
The authors compared clients' emotional processing in good and bad outcome cases in cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and process-experiential therapy (PET) and investigated whether clients' emotional processing increases over the course of therapy. Twenty minutes from each of 3 sessions from 40 clients were rated on the Experiencing Scale. A 2x2x3 analysis of variance showed a significant difference between outcome and therapy groups, with clients in the good outcome and PET groups showing… CONTINUE READING

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