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(p. 365) Harvesting the Fruits of a Clinician-Researcher Collaboration and Planting Seeds for New Partnerships 

(p. 365) Harvesting the Fruits of a Clinician-Researcher Collaboration and Planting Seeds for New Partnerships
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(p. 365) Harvesting the Fruits of a Clinician-Researcher Collaboration and Planting Seeds for New Partnerships
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Louis G. Castonguay

, Michael J. Constantino

, and Larry E. Beutler

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10.1093/med-psych/9780199324729.003.0013
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date: 23 October 2019

This concluding chapter summarizes the goals of the book, as well as the results achieved in terms of (a) the identification, by researchers, of empirically based principles of change, (b) description, by clinicians, of their implementation in day-to-day clinical practice across a variety of cases, and (3) discussion of conceptual, clinical, and empirical issues related to these principles (including convergences and differences in implementing them, their clinical helpfulness, possible ways to combine some of them, and recommendations for future research). The chapter also highlights the experiences of both clinicians and researchers with respect to both the process and outcome of their collaboration and then provides suggestions for future partnerships between scientists and practitioners.

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