BT06 Workshop 02 – What Works in Therapy: Translating 40 Years of Outcome Research into Empirically Supported Therapeutic Strategies – Scott Miller, PhD | Instant Download !
At last count, over 400 separate models of psychotherapy have been found to exist (Garfield & Bergin, 1994). Despite the claims and promises made by the proponents of the various treatment models, 40 years of increasingly sophisticated outcome research has not found any one model or technique superior for the resolution of the problems that clients bring into treatment, Indeed, most of the research has only confirmed “common sense” (Frank 1993). In this workshop, forty years of outcome research will be translated into practical, common sense and empirically supported therapeutic skills that you can use for the efficient and effective resolution of the problems that clients bring to treatment.
- To list the four main factors that contribute to all psychotherapy outcomes.
- To describe two empirically supported psychotherapy practices for each of the four main factors.