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(p. 167) Conceptual, Clinical, and Empirical Perspectives on Principles of Change for Depression 

(p. 167) Conceptual, Clinical, and Empirical Perspectives on Principles of Change for Depression
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(p. 167) Conceptual, Clinical, and Empirical Perspectives on Principles of Change for Depression
Author(s):

Benjamin Johnson

, Dina Vivian

, Abraham W. Wolf

, Larry E. Beutler

, Louis G. Castonguay

, and Michael J. Constantino

DOI:
10.1093/med-psych/9780199324729.003.0007
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date: 19 August 2019

The goal of this chapter is to generate new conceptual, clinical, and empirical perspectives about principles of change that are relevant to the treatment of depression. It provides an opportunity for the authors of the previous three chapters to present their views about convergences and differences in the implementation of principles, the clinical helpfulness of these principles, the possible ways of combining them, as well as the principles that should be investigated in future research. The chapter also includes comments from the editors on each of these issues, as a way to engage conversations and/or future collaboration between researchers and clinicians.

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