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Clinical Process

Vol. 50, No. 3, September 2013
Item #: 5705003
ISBN: 978-1-4338-1676-5
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About the special issue

The articles in this issue describe behaviors or techniques that help stimulate clinical process, shape its content, or influence its direction and focus. These may be things that the therapist says or does regularly in almost every session, or they may occur occasionally when specific topics are mentioned or events occur.

Articles in this issue

Introduction to the 50th Anniversary Special Issue on Clinical Process
Page 267
Hilsenroth, Mark J.

Core Principles in Treating Suicidal Patients
Pages 268–272
Fowler, James Christopher

Core Skills in Motivational Interviewing
Pages 273–278
Westra, Henny A.; Aviram, Adi

Working With Clients by Incorporating Their Preferences
Pages 279–283
Tompkins, Kelley A.; Swift, Joshua K.; Callahan, Jennifer L.

Increasing Hope by Addressing Clients' Outcome Expectations
Pages 284–287
Swift, Joshua K.; Derthick, Annie O.

Using Client Feedback in Psychotherapy From an Interpersonal Process Perspective
Pages 288–291
Reese, Robert J.; Slone, Norah C.; Miserocchi, Kristin M.

Working Along Sudden Gains: Responsiveness on Small and Subtle Early Changes and Exceptions
Pages 292–297
Flückiger, Christoph; Grosse Holtforth, Martin; Del Re, A. C.; Lutz, Wolfgang

Common, Specific, and Cross-Cutting Psychotherapy Interventions
Pages 298–301
Beutler, Larry E.; Forrester, Bryan; Holt, Hannah; Stein, Mickey

Clinical Application of Meta-Concepts That Are Essential to Client Change
Pages 302–306
Renninger, Salina M.

Integrative Techniques Related to Positive Processes in Psychotherapy
Pages 307–311
Cromer, Thomas D.

Mindfulness as a Transtheoretical Clinical Process
Pages 312–315
Dunn, Rose; Callahan, Jennifer L.; Swift, Joshua K.

The Transdiagnostic Phenomenon of Self-Criticism
Pages 316–321
Schanche, Elisabeth

An Integrative Psychotherapist's Account of His Focus When Treating Self-Critical Patients
Pages 322–325
Shahar, Golan

Clinical Process in an Integrative Psychotherapy for Self-Wounds
Pages 326–330
Wolfe, Barry E.

Treating Complex Trauma: Critical Interventions With Adults Who Experienced Ongoing Trauma in Childhood
Pages 331–335
Lawson, David M.; Davis, DeShae; Brandon, Shari

Integrative Approach for the Treatment of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder in 9/11 First Responders: Three Core Techniques
Pages 336–340
Haugen, Peter T.; Splaun, Allison Keisler; Evces, Mark R.; Weiss, Daniel S.

Essential Processes in Emotion-Focused Therapy
Pages 341–345
Paivio, Sandra C.

Multicultural Competence: Psychotherapy Practice and Supervision
Pages 346–350
Inman, Arpana G.; DeBoer Kreider, Elizabeth

Curiosity and Biculturalism as Key Therapeutic Change Activities
Pages 351–355
Waehler, Charles A.

Interpersonal Psychotherapy With Transgender Clients
Pages 356–359
Budge, Stephanie L.

Mentalization-Based Psychotherapy Interventions With Mothers-to-Be
Pages 360–365
Markin, Rayna D.

The Use of Awareness, Courage, Therapeutic Love, and Behavioral Interpretation in Functional Analytic Psychotherapy
Pages 366–370
Tsai, Mavis; Callaghan, Glenn M.; Kohlenberg, Robert J.

Psychotherapy Reflections: What I Seek to Accomplish in Psychotherapy Sessions
Pages 371–375
Tryon, Georgiana Shick

Evidence-Based Treatment and Cognitive-Affective-Relational-Behavior-Therapy
Pages 376–380
Goldfried, Marvin R.

Intervention Strategies and Clinical Process in Transdiagnostic Cognitive–Behavioral Therapy
Pages 381–386
Boswell, James F.

Enhancing Cognitive Behavior Therapy With Logotherapy: Techniques for Clinical Practice
Pages 387–391
Ameli, Matti; Dattilio, Frank M.

Distinguishing Integrative From Eclectic Practice in Cognitive Behavioral Therapies
Pages 392–397
Petrik, Alexandra M.; Kazantzis, Nikolaos; Hofmann, Stefan G.

Key Process Issues in Cognitive Behavioral Analysis System of Psychotherapy (CBASP): Translation of an Evidence-Based Model Into Clinical Practice and Training
Pages 398–403
Vivian, Dina; Salwen, Jessica

The Process of Assimilative Psychodynamic Integration
Pages 404–407
Stricker, George

Three Mechanisms of Change in Psychodynamic Therapy: Insight, Affect, and Alliance
Pages 408–412
Messer, Stanley B.

Trying to Be Useful: Three Different Interventions for One Therapeutic Stance
Pages 413–418
Lingiardi, Vittorio

The Dance of Psychotherapy
Pages 419–423
Slavin-Mulford, Jenelle

Technique and Therapeutic Process From a Supportive-Expressive Relational Psychodynamic Approach
Pages 424–427
Diener, Marc J.; Pierson, Meredith M.

Essential Activities in a Session of Brief Dynamic/Interpersonal Psychotherapy
Pages 428–432
Binder, Jeffrey L.; Betan, Ephi J.

Key Clinical Processes in Intensive Short-Term Dynamic Psychotherapy
Pages 433–437
Abbass, Allan A.; Town, Joel M.

Disturbed Personality Functioning and Psychotherapy Technique
Pages 438–442
Horowitz, Mardi

Supportive Psychoanalytic Therapy for Personality Disorders
Pages 443–448
Carsky, Monica

Transference-Focused Psychotherapy
Pages 449–453
Yeomans, Frank E.; Levy, Kenneth N.; Caligor, Eve

The Observation of Essential Clinical Strategies During an Individual Session of Dialectical Behavior Therapy
Pages 454–457
Bedics, Jamie D.; Korslund, Kathryn E.; Sayrs, Jennifer H. R.; McFarr, Lynn M.

Clinical Process Examples of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Psychosis
Pages 458–463
Sivec, Harry J.; Montesano, Vicki L.

Brief Inpatient Psychotherapeutic Technique
Pages 464–468
Stein, Michelle B.; Jacobo, Michelle C.

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