Routine Outcomes Evaluation in Psychotherapy and Counselling within a Research Clinic - Outcomes and Reflection

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Biljana van Rijn
Ciara Wild

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The research was a naturalistic, non randomised, evaluation of Transactional Analysis (TA) and Gestalt psychotherapies, Integrative Counselling Psychology and Person Centred counselling within the research clinic at Metanoia Institute in the UK. Standardised measures were used to assess treatment outcomes and working alliance. Adherence to the model was evaluated in clinical supervision. The outcomes demonstrated that clients who engaged in treatment made statistically significant improvements.

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van Rijn, B., & Wild, C. (2020). Routine Outcomes Evaluation in Psychotherapy and Counselling within a Research Clinic - Outcomes and Reflection. International Journal of Transactional Analysis Research & Practice, 4(1), 113-117. https://doi.org/10.29044/v4i1p113
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