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Made in America, Sold in the 'Nam: Therapeutic alliance Therapeutic alliance has proven to be a transtheoretical process component associated with treatment outcome across a diverse range of treatment models and clinical subgroups in both adult Martin et al. Treatment fidelity and techniques To date three FBT studies have examined links between treatment implementation and clinical outcomes in ASA samples.
Parent and family change FBT models have also demonstrated the ability to enact behavioural changes in parenting and family interactions that are directly in keeping with theory of change principles for systemic interventions Liddle, The next stage for research is practice: Delivering high-fidelity treatment Can empirically supported FBT models be delivered with fidelity in standard practice settings? Serving a multi-problem, heterogeneous population Can FBT models serve the diverse clinical needs of adolescent drug users and their families?
Implementation in various service delivery contexts Can FBT models meet the clinical needs presented by ASA clients in various service sectors? Conclusion Three additional issues warrant attention from clinical researchers working on family-based approaches for ASA. Attrition in child psychotherapy. Advances in Clinical Child Psychology.
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An investigation of systemic conceptualizations of parent-child coalitions and symptom change. The case for practical clinical trials in psychiatry. The nuts and bolts of behavioral observation of marital and family interaction. Relationship of the therapeutic alliance with outcome and other variables: As survivor of sexual abuse I found many of the theories presented to be from an accurate and "grounded" perspective. There are so many "theories" out there on what to do and most of it is completely useless.
Its on my "top 5 best books on trauma" in my personal library. Provides insite into behavior that is disturbing, sometimes bizarre, and difficult to understand and handle. Good print outs in book you can hand out to care providers such as teachers or anyone caring for the child or teen suffering with PTSD.
I had purchased the e-book and found it a very informative book. I then decided that I'd like to have the hardcopy as a quick reference source.
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