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(p. 329) Personalizing Psychotherapy: Results, Conclusions, and Practices 

(p. 329) Personalizing Psychotherapy: Results, Conclusions, and Practices
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(p. 329) Personalizing Psychotherapy: Results, Conclusions, and Practices
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John C. Norcross

and Bruce E. Wampold

DOI:
10.1093/med-psych/9780190843960.003.0011
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date: 21 July 2019

The chapter concludes the third edition of the book by summarizing what works and what does not in psychotherapy responsiveness and treatment adaptations. The authors present the Task Force conclusions and 28 recommendations for training, practice, research, and policy. The authors conclude that adapting psychotherapy in ways reviewed in this book demonstrably improves treatment outcomes and prevents premature deterioration.

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