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The quality of relationships to friends, siblings, and parents is a central focus for adolescents. A recently developed self-report instrument, Adolescent Relationship Scale (ARS) – a visual-analog scale (VAS) – was tested in a pilot study of adolescents, 16–18 years old, who were pupils of...
The article presents a qualitative exploration of psychoanalytic psychotherapy cases in a randomized controlled trial comparing psychoanalytic psychotherapy and cognitive behavior therapy for bulimia nervosa. The cases selected represent both clients with good symptomatic outcome as well as...
Qualitative research has the potential to explore patient and therapist experiences of psychotherapeutic processes, as well as the challenges and opportunities inherent in relational and technical aspects of therapy. This paper examines explorative and reflexive ways of doing qualitative...
Including biological measures such as the serotonin function to the outcome variables of psychotherapy opens novel perspectives, which may enable better integration of diagnostic and neurobiological aspects with psychotherapy research. However, the problems of epistemology, ontology and the...
This naturalistic study examines potential predictors of treatment attendance and discontinuation among patients in the three most common psychotherapy types in Swedish public health service settings. Patients who did not start psychotherapy after pretherapy assessment are compared with patients...
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