Musings on the Case of "Keo" From a Person-Centered Point of View, With a Focus on Therapist Responsiveness
Keywords:: depression; empirically supported treatments movement; personalization of treatment; therapist responsiveness; existential therapy; person-centered therapy; case study; clinical case study.
In this commentary I will look at the case of "Keo" (Shapiro, 2023) both in terms of recent trends in the field, and from my person-centered point of view. It turns out that these two perspectives overlap.
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