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(p. 631) What Works in the Psychotherapy Relationship: Results, Conclusions, and Practices 

(p. 631) What Works in the Psychotherapy Relationship: Results, Conclusions, and Practices
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(p. 631) What Works in the Psychotherapy Relationship: Results, Conclusions, and Practices
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John C. Norcross

and Michael J. Lambert

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10.1093/med-psych/9780190843953.003.0018
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date: 22 September 2019

This chapter concludes the first volume of the third edition of Psychotherapy Relationships That Work. The authors present the formal conclusions and the 28 recommendations of the Third Interdivisional Task Force. Summaries of the meta-analytic associations between the relationship elements and psychotherapy outcomes are provided. Those statements, approved by the 10 members of the Steering Committee, refer to the work in both this volume on therapy relationships and the second volume on treatment adaptations or relational responsiveness. These statements reaffirm and, in several instances, extend those of the earlier task forces. The chapter concludes with final thoughts on what works, and what does not, in the therapy relationship.

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