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(p. 95) The Adherence Manual 

(p. 95) The Adherence Manual
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(p. 95) The Adherence Manual
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R. Peter Hobson

DOI:
10.1093/med:psych/9780198725008.003.0007
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date: 13 July 2020

An Adherence Manual for Brief Psychoanalytic Therapy is presented. This Manual details how principles of treatment are embodied in the to and fro of patient–therapist verbal exchanges. There are 17 principles in the Manual, and for each of these principles, illustrative styles of intervention are presented. In addition, specific examples of therapist interventions are drawn from recordings of sessions. One function of the Adherence Manual is to allow for the assessment of the delivery of treatment, for research purposes (as described in a later chapter); another is to ground abstract technical guidelines in the down-to-earth minutiae of clinical practice.

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