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(p. 316) Commentary: The Best of Both Worlds 

(p. 316) Commentary: The Best of Both Worlds
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(p. 316) Commentary: The Best of Both Worlds
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John C. Norcross

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10.1093/med:psych/9780199344635.003.0010
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date: 22 April 2018

The extraordinary contribution by Interian, Prawda, Fishman, and Buerger (this volume) presents and celebrates many of my favorite methods: motivational interviewing (MI), real-world research, cultural adaptations, therapeutic relationships, systematic case studies, and randomized clinical trials (RCTs). The reader may excuse me, then, for my unabashed enthusiasm for the chapter and for its clinical and research underpinnings. As a commentator, however, I will endeavor to highlight an occasional quibble and to offer an alternative hypothesis or two. All that within the context of my rousing burst of “Well done, colleagues! This is precisely what the future of clinical practice and psychotherapy research requires.”...

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