The Contributing Factors of Change in a Therapeutic Process

@inproceedings{Thomas2006TheCF,
  title={The Contributing Factors of Change in a Therapeutic Process},
  author={Michelle L. Thomas},
  year={2006}
}
The clients’ and therapists’ perceptions about the degree to which each of four common factors in therapy—extra-therapeutic factors; model/techniques; therapeutic alliance; and hope/expectancy—contribute to change in the therapeutic process were investigated in this study. In addition, the perceptions about the percentage of change attributed to clients and therapists were also explored. Results revealed that the therapists and clients have different perceptions on what factors contribute the… CONTINUE READING

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