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(p. 57) How I Would Apply Change Principles in Psychotherapy with Three Cases of Depression 

(p. 57) How I Would Apply Change Principles in Psychotherapy with Three Cases of Depression
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(p. 57) How I Would Apply Change Principles in Psychotherapy with Three Cases of Depression
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Benjamin Johnson

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10.1093/med-psych/9780199324729.003.0004
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date: 23 October 2019

This chapter describes how the author would implement each of the empirically based principles of change identified in Chapter 2, as they are specifically related to the three cases of depression presented in Chapter 3. The chapter begins with the author’s initial reaction to the list of principles, as well as to the task of describing their implementation in his day-to-day clinical work. Also included in the chapter are the author’s case formulation and treatment for each case, which serve as the general context for the author’s detailed explanation of why and how he would apply the principles in ways that are best attuned to the needs of particular clients. The chapter ends with the description of the author’s thoughts and experience about writing this chapter.

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