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Evaluation of the Effectiveness of Body Psychotherapy in Outpatient Settings (EEBP): A Multi-Centre Study in Germany & Switzerland

  title={Evaluation of the Effectiveness of Body Psychotherapy in Outpatient Settings (EEBP): A Multi-Centre Study in Germany \& Switzerland},
  author={Margit Koemeda-Lutz and Martin Kaschke and Dirk Revenstorf and Thomas Scherrmann and Halko Weiss and Ulrich Soeder},
The following are results from a multi-site process and outcome study of body psychotherapies. The design is naturalistic and evaluates the effectiveness of body psychotherapy treatments in outpatient settings. Three German and 5 Swiss member institutes from the European Association for Body Psychotherapy (EABP: 38 members) participated. The Swiss institutes were also members of the Schweizer Charta fur Psychotherapie. Well established questionnaires (e.g. BAI, BDI, SCL- 90-R, IIP-D) were… 

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