Calling for More Case Studies of Exceptional and Efficient Psychotherapists
Keywords:sudden gains, rapid response, rapid responders, therapy outcome, off-track, sudden loss, deteriorators, therapist factors, mixed methods, supershrink, outcome questionnaire (OQ-45), measuring change, case studies, clinical case studies
We respond to issues raised in the commentaries on early response and the exceptional psychotherapist, noting that our findings are consistent with those suggested by Laska and Federman (2015) as well as by Pereira and Barkham (2015). We call for prospective study of exceptional therapists that employ the variables and constructs noted in the commentaries in addition to retrospective recall of change events.
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