Schools of Psychotherapy and the Beginnings of a Scientific Approach
The theoretical, clinical, and empirical foundations of psychotherapy come from five primary movements that still exist today, continue to evolve, and remain scientifically productive: psychodynamic,…
Training Issues in Psychotherapy Integration: A Commentary
This article is a commentary on A. J. Consoli and C. M. Jester’s (2005) andJ. Gold’s (2005) eloquent and stimulating reﬂections on training in psycho-therapy integration. Three issues are addressed:…
Psychotherapy integration: An idea whose time has come
Behavior therapy: Redefining strengths and limitations
Counseling Psychology from Greyston to Atlanta
This article provides a brief description of the model for counseling psychology developed during the Greyston Conference of 1964 and compares the then state of the art with the current view from the…
Beyond informed consent: ethical and philosophical considerations in using behavior modification or play therapy in the treatment of enuresis.
- Psychology, MedicineJournal of clinical child psychology
Family therapy, play therapy and behavior modification were employed in a single case, yet the extinction of the symptoms resulted from following the child's own treatment plan.
Treating Obesity in Children and Adolescents: Is There Any Hope?
The average American adult is 20 to 30 pounds heavier at age 50 than he or she was at age 21 (16).
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There has been little improvement in the clinical effectiveness of weight reduction therapy since Stunkard & McLaren-Hume's (1959) review, and weight losses produced by different methods are very much the same.
4 – Analysis of Interrupted Time-Series Experiments
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Single Subject Research: Strategies for Evaluating Change
Social validity: the case for subjective measurement or how applied behavior analysis is finding its heart.
- PsychologyJournal of applied behavior analysis
Treating obesity in children and adolescents: a review.
- Psychology, MedicineAmerican journal of public health
Radical departures from current treatment strategies are needed in the form of more structured and intensive treatments, family involvement, and training in problem solving.
Using generalizability theory in behavioral observation