Psychotherapy Research

Inhaltsverzeichnis


Table of contents

Preface

1.        Introduction

Section I. Foundations of psychotherapy research

2.        The prehistory of psychotherapy and its implications for psychotherapy science: shamanism, folk medicine, philosophy, and religion

3.        Historical paths in psychotherapy research

4.        The philosophy of psychotherapy science: mainstream and alternative views

5.        Psychotherapia academica universitatis: a philosophical argument for the academic discipline of psychotherapy

6.        Interpretation as a cognitive instrument. Psychotherapy science as an attempt to pool paradigm-based systems of interpretation

7.        Institutional parameters of psychotherapy education as a prerequisite for systematic psychotherapy research

8.        Theory-building, enriching, and fact-gathering: alternative purposes of psychotherapy research

Section II. Psychotherapy process research

9.        Introduction to psychotherapy process research

10.    Outlines of a general theory of the psychotherapy process. The clinical exchange as communicational field: Implications for theory and methodology

11.    The relationship: how it works

12.    Data analysis in psychotherapy research

13.    Quantitative approaches to treatment process, change process, and process-outcome research

14.    Current issues on group psychotherapy research: an overview

15.    The process of change in psychotherapy: common and unique factors

16.    Therapeutic alliance and alliance ruptures and resolutions: Theoretical definitions, assessment issues and research findings

17.    Positive emotions in psychotherapy: conceptual propositions and research challenges

18.    Psychotherapeutic process from the psychotherapist's perspective

19.    From a psychoanalytic narrative case study to quantitative single case research

20.    Qualitative methods in psychotherapy process research

21.    Applications of qualitative and mixed-methods counseling and psychotherapy research

22.    Interpretation-driven guidelines for designing and evaluating grounded theory research: a constructivist-social justice approach

23.    Consensual qualitative research (CQR) methods for conducting psychotherapy process research

24.    Conversation analysis and psychotherapy process research

25.    A pragmatic approach to the study of therapeutic interaction: towards an observational science of psychotherapy process

Section III. Psychotherapy outcome research

26.    Quantitative psychotherapy outcome research: methodological issues

27.    Qualitative methods in psychotherapy outcome research

28.    Outcome research on disorder-specific treatments:  the case of grief therapy

29.    Outcome research: methods for improving outcome in routine care

30.    Psychotherapy outcome research and neuroimaging

Psychotherapy Research

Foundations, Process, and Outcome

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14.01.2015

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Springer Wien

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648

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"This book focuses on psychotherapy research, in terms of both process and outcome. ... The intended audience is researchers, clinicians, and undergraduate and graduate students. ... This excellent book extensively covers the psychotherapy process and outcomes, supplying hundreds of references for follow-up." (Gary B. Kaniuk, Doody's Book Reviews, May, 2015)

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Bernd Rieken ist Volkskundler und Psychoanalytiker. Geboren und aufgewachsen in Ostfriesland, Studium an den Universitäten Mannheim und Wien (Promotion in Philosophie und Volkskunde, Lehramtsprüfung in Deutsche Philologie, Geschichte, Politikwissenschaft und Psychologie).

Prof. Alfred Pritz, Rektor der Sigmund Freud Privatuniversität Wien, Psychoanalytiker, Lehr- und Gruppenlehranalytiker, Ausbildung in Klientenzentrierter Gesprächspsychotherapie und Gruppendynamik, Kooperation in europäischen Forschungsprojekten, Präsident des World Council for Psychotherapy und Präsident des World Congress for Psychotherapy in China.

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Gebundene Ausgabe

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14.01.2015

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Springer Wien

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648

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26/18.3/4.1 cm

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1419 g

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2015

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Englisch

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978-3-7091-1381-3

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  • Psychotherapy Research

  • Table of contents

    Preface

    1.        Introduction

    Section I. Foundations of psychotherapy research

    2.        The prehistory of psychotherapy and its implications for psychotherapy science: shamanism, folk medicine, philosophy, and religion

    3.        Historical paths in psychotherapy research

    4.        The philosophy of psychotherapy science: mainstream and alternative views

    5.        Psychotherapia academica universitatis: a philosophical argument for the academic discipline of psychotherapy

    6.        Interpretation as a cognitive instrument. Psychotherapy science as an attempt to pool paradigm-based systems of interpretation

    7.        Institutional parameters of psychotherapy education as a prerequisite for systematic psychotherapy research

    8.        Theory-building, enriching, and fact-gathering: alternative purposes of psychotherapy research

    Section II. Psychotherapy process research

    9.        Introduction to psychotherapy process research

    10.    Outlines of a general theory of the psychotherapy process. The clinical exchange as communicational field: Implications for theory and methodology

    11.    The relationship: how it works

    12.    Data analysis in psychotherapy research

    13.    Quantitative approaches to treatment process, change process, and process-outcome research

    14.    Current issues on group psychotherapy research: an overview

    15.    The process of change in psychotherapy: common and unique factors

    16.    Therapeutic alliance and alliance ruptures and resolutions: Theoretical definitions, assessment issues and research findings

    17.    Positive emotions in psychotherapy: conceptual propositions and research challenges

    18.    Psychotherapeutic process from the psychotherapist's perspective

    19.    From a psychoanalytic narrative case study to quantitative single case research

    20.    Qualitative methods in psychotherapy process research

    21.    Applications of qualitative and mixed-methods counseling and psychotherapy research

    22.    Interpretation-driven guidelines for designing and evaluating grounded theory research: a constructivist-social justice approach

    23.    Consensual qualitative research (CQR) methods for conducting psychotherapy process research

    24.    Conversation analysis and psychotherapy process research

    25.    A pragmatic approach to the study of therapeutic interaction: towards an observational science of psychotherapy process

    Section III. Psychotherapy outcome research

    26.    Quantitative psychotherapy outcome research: methodological issues

    27.    Qualitative methods in psychotherapy outcome research

    28.    Outcome research on disorder-specific treatments:  the case of grief therapy

    29.    Outcome research: methods for improving outcome in routine care

    30.    Psychotherapy outcome research and neuroimaging