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Record identifier : 567877
Personal Name - Primary Intelectual Responsibility : Warwar, Nesrin (Serine
Title and statement of responsibility : The relationship between level of experiencing and session outcome in client-centered and process-experiential therapies [Thesis]
Publication, Distribution,Etc. : York University (Canada, 1996
Language of the Item : eng
Dissertation of thesis details and type of degree : M.A.
Body granting the degree : , York University (Canada
Summary or Abstract : This study examined the relationship between level of Experiencing and session outcome in 16 depressed clients who received approximately 16 to 20 sessions of psychotherapy. Half of these clients received process-experiential therapy, and the other half were given client-centered therapy. Two sessions, one that was low in Experiencing and one that was high in Experiencing, were selected for each client by a clinical judge, and were rated on the Experiencing Scale (Klein, Mathieu, Gendlin, & Kiesler, 1969). The main hypothesis was that sessions with high levels of Experiencing would have better session outcomes than sessions with low levels of Experiencing. In addition, this study investigated the following hypotheses: sessions high in Experiencing will have stronger working alliances than sessions that are low in Experiencing, and process-experiential sessions will have stronger working alliances than client-centered sessions. This study also tested for differences between therapeutic groups. Two-way MANOVAS and ANOVAS were conducted using level of experiencing (low or high) as the within-subject factor and type of therapy (client-centered or process-experiential) as the between-subject factor. In accordance with predictions, results indicated that Experiencing was related to session outcome as high Experiencing sessions had significantly better session outcomes than low Experiencing sessions. Therapeutic modality was not related to these measures. Results also indicated that level of Experiencing and therapeutic modality were not related to the working alliance. An exploratory profile analysis was conducted to determine whether there were characteristic patterns of Experiencing throughout sessions. Results of the post hoc analyses revealed that there was a positive slope in peak Experiencing for high Experiencing sessions. Overall, the findings strongly support the role of Experiencing as an integral component of positive session outcome in the sample of this study..
Topical Name Used as Subject : Psychotherapy
Information of biblio record : TL
 
 
 
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