Processing the therapeutic relationship.

  title={Processing the therapeutic relationship.},
  author={Clara E. Hill and Sarah Knox},
  journal={Psychotherapy research : journal of the Society for Psychotherapy Research},
  volume={19 1},
The authors propose that if therapists and clients process their therapeutic relationship (i.e., directly address in the here and now feelings about each other and about the inevitable problems that emerge in the therapy relationship), feelings will be expressed and accepted, problems will be resolved, the relationship will be enhanced, and clients will transfer their learning to other relationships outside of therapy. The authors review theories supporting the idea of processing the… CONTINUE READING
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