Evaluating therapist adherence in motivational interviewing by comparing performance with standardized and real patients.

@article{Imel2014EvaluatingTA,
  title={Evaluating therapist adherence in motivational interviewing by comparing performance with standardized and real patients.},
  author={Zac E. Imel and Scott A Baldwin and John S. Baer and Bryan Hartzler and Chris Dunn and David B. Rosengren and David C. Atkins},
  journal={Journal of consulting and clinical psychology},
  year={2014},
  volume={82 3},
  pages={
          472-81
        }
}
OBJECTIVE The goal of measuring therapist adherence is to determine whether a therapist can perform a given treatment. Yet, the evaluation of therapist behaviors in most clinical trials is limited. Typically, randomized trials have few therapists and minimize therapist variability through training and supervision. Furthermore, therapist adherence is confounded with uncontrolled differences in patients across therapists. Consequently, the extent to which adherence measures capture differences in… CONTINUE READING

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