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(p. 1) Evidence-Based Psychotherapy Responsiveness: The Third Task Force 

(p. 1) Evidence-Based Psychotherapy Responsiveness: The Third Task Force
(p. 1) Evidence-Based Psychotherapy Responsiveness: The Third Task Force

John C. Norcross

and Bruce E. Wampold

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date: 07 August 2020

This chapter introduces the second volume of Psychotherapy Relationships That Work and frames its work within the Interdivisional APA Task Force on Evidence-Based Relationships and Responsiveness. The book presents clinical examples, original meta-analyses, diversity considerations, training implications, and research-infused practice recommendations for nine methods of adapting or tailoring psychotherapy to clients’ transdiagnostic characteristics (attachment style, coping style, racial/ethnic culture, gender identity, therapy preferences, reactance level, religion/spiritual identity, sexual orientation, and stages of change). The chapter outlines the purpose and history of the interdivisional task force and its relation to previous efforts to identify evidence-based practices in psychotherapy. The chapter also presents the key limitations of the work.

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