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Vol 16, No 2 (2019)

Special Issue: Understanding Change in Psychotherapy

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Guest Editors: Joanna Pawelczyk and Eva-Maria Graf

Table of Contents


Understanding change in psychotherapy: Current trends, methodological challenges, and future directions PDF
Joanna Pawelczyk , Eva-Maria Graf 111-116


Starting points for therapeutic change: Therapists’ rewordings of patients’ experiences PDF
Claudio Scarvaglieri 117-128
Requesting Examples in Psychodiagnostic Interviews: Therapists’ Contribution to the Sequential Co-construction of Clients’ Change PDF
Thomas Spranz-Fogasy , Eva-Maria Graf , Johannes C. Ehrenthal , Christoph Nikendei 129-141
The therapist’s emotional presence and its interactional functions in promoting client change in relationship-focused integrative psychotherapy PDF
Joanna Pawelczyk 142-156
”Open” and ”closed” therapies: Psychotherapeutic relationship and variety in actions in different phases of therapies PDF
Liisa Voutilainen , Anssi Peräkylä 157-168
Change in Family Therapy: Accomplishing Authoritative and Moral Positions through Interaction PDF
Peter Muntigl , Adam O. Horvath 169-183


Clinically rethinking CA-studies to improve therapeutic conversation PDF
Michael Buchholz 184-190
Psychotherapy: the art of slow inquiry and gradual discovery PDF
Sanna Vehviläinen 191-195

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