Between Therapist and Client

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However, it must be noted that even with the small sample size, the observed effect was quite robust. Overall I find that Kahn sets a realistic and honest view of how the therapeutic relationship should look like and which factors are important, he does that in a not too rigid way, which gives space for the particular character of a therapist himself. As he traces the history of the clinical relationship from Freud to the present, Kahn shows how the enmity between the humanists and the psychoanalyts limited their therapeutic effectiveness - and how their recent reconciliation has opened up exciting new possibilities for the way therapists relate to clients, pointing to a promising new period in the history of psychotherapy. As a therapist I feel much more comfortable with the transference factor during my sessions and know how to use it in my favor and the clients favor. The results of this study suggest that despite the therapist's theoretical orientation, and regardless of the specific techniques employed in psychotherapy, the match between the therapist's and client's modality orientation will have significant implications for psychotherapy outcome.

These four primary classes are Patient Predisposing Variables (diagnosis, personal characteristics, environments/circumstances), Treatment Context (setting, mode or format, frequency and duration), Relationship Variables (personal compatibility matching, enhancing of the therapeutic alliance), and Strategies and Techniques (focal targets of change, level at which goals of treatment are mediated, way of conducting the actual therapeutic work). When therapists and clients are more similar in their modality orientation, there appears to be a concomitant improvement in psychotherapy outcome associated with this degree of similarity. Family and marital therapy clients were not recruited, so as to optimize concentration on the interactions between therapists and individual therapy clients. I think there is something in this book for everyone, psychoanalysts, cognitive behavioral therapist and therapists from any other orientation. ie: the very relationship between the client and therapist is the most ripe place for curiosity and analysis.Because only 19 outcome packets were collected, it was determined that there were insufficient data for these nine separate analyses. Recommendations by Kahn about aspects such as self-disclosure, genuineness and making the client aware of the transference in the last chapter are of great, practical use. I can only agree wholeheartedly with some of the reviews on the back cover 'the valuable integration of humanistic psychology and contemporary psychoanalysis brings into exquisite focus the understanding of the therapist-patient relationship as the essential ingredient of therapeutic change'; ' an unexpected pleasure, readable at all levels . See their chapter 9 for a comprehensive discussion of therapist–client personal and personality matching in the optimization of psychotherapy outcome.

I did learn some things from the reading and it certainly has me questioning myself and what I do in the room with clients (which is a good thing). Dissimilarity was associated with increased dropout rates and increased premature termination rates. There was some indication, based on the computed regression lines, that in the case of extreme dissimilarity, clients might even report increased symptoms after a course of psychotherapy.Thus, even if therapists choose the same techniques and practice psychotherapy exactly the same regardless of their philosophical orientation, it appears that the techniques will be presented more clearly, be more “on target,” and have a greater degree of efficacy when therapists and clients are more similar in their modality orientation. Recently, the SPI has been shown to have even higher reliability scores than previously demonstrated, and, through a correlation with the Vocational Preference Inventory, validity has been established for the Affects, Sensations, Imagery, and Interpersonal Relations modalities, with some indication of validity established for the Behaviors modality. Regardless of the therapist's philosophical orientation, it is the application of administered techniques that results in change and symptomatic relief.

When therapists met with their next new client for the first time, they were instructed to explain the study and seek the client's consent for participation. Once therapists agreed to participate in this study, they were sent packets containing all the materials they would need.The implications of this finding for marital and other interpersonal relationships are that when individuals share dominant modalities, their communication will most likely be clearer and a more productive interpersonal relationship will result.

All scales of the BSI can be analyzed by their raw scores (which range from 0, indicating an absence of psychopathological symptoms, to 4, indicating high levels of psychopathological symptoms) or can be converted to scaled scores, with a mean of 50 and a standard deviation of 10. As he traces the history of the clinical relationship from Freud to the present, Kahn shows how the enmity between the humanists and the psychoanalysts limited their therapeutic effectiveness -- and how their recent reconciliation has opened up exciting new possibilities for the way therapists relate to clients, pointing to a promising new period in the history of psychotherapy.For this purpose, the SPI, the primary psychometric of multimodal therapy, was used to determine a measure of similarity. Even studies that have shown the importance of client–therapist similarity have demonstrated that extreme similarity appears to be a deterrent to successful psychotherapeutic outcome for precisely this reason. Herman SM: Therapist–client similarity on the Multimodal Structural Profile Inventory as a predictor of early session impact. I've been taught that complementary countertransference can also be very useful (therapeut can feel how e. However, this study did not follow therapy process, only outcome, and thus this conclusion cannot be drawn from the results of this study.



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