How Being Bad Can Make You Better

Duncan, Barry; Miller, Scott; Hubble, Mark
November 2007
Psychotherapy Networker Magazine;Nov/Dec2007, Vol. 31 Issue 6, p36
The article offers tips on therapeutic effectiveness when administering psychotherapy. Psychotherapists should identify clients who are not responding to therapy, address the lack of progress in a proactive way, and look for new directions for the treatment. It is also important for the therapists to determine clearly how their clients respond to the treatment as well as the level of improvement. According to the author, therapists should also find, reach, and maintain client engagement to the highest possible level.


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