A preliminary investigation into therapists' beliefs about why some secondary-care clients did not show reliable improvement in therapy

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Sodeke-Gregson, A., Radcliffe, J. and Goodbody, L. 2011. A preliminary investigation into therapists' beliefs about why some secondary-care clients did not show reliable improvement in therapy. Clinical Psychology Forum. 223, pp. 37-41.
AuthorsSodeke-Gregson, A., Radcliffe, J. and Goodbody, L.
Abstract

Some clients who receive psychological therapy do not achieve reliable improvement according to their pre and post CORE-OM scores. Therapists' beliefs about the reasons for this apparent failure to improve were investigated. Four broad themes emerged.

Year2011
JournalClinical Psychology Forum
Journal citation223, pp. 37-41
PublisherBritish Psychological Society
ISSN1747-5732
Related URLhttp://dcp.bps.org.uk/dcp/dcp-publications/clinical-psychology-forum/clinical-psychology-forum_home.cfm
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PrintJul 2011
Publication process dates
Deposited23 Jun 2012
Output statusPublished
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