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Promising New Developments in the Therapist–Client Relationship: A Philosophy of Science Review and Preview
Mahrer, A.R.; Johnston, C.
What Is and Can Be Attributed to the Therapeutic Relationship?
Beutler, L.E.; Harwood, T.M.
Real Relationship: The “Something More” of Psychotherapy
Might Relationship “Techniques” Extend the Reach, Efficacy, and Efficiency of the Psychotherapies? The Challenge of Treatment-Resistant Outpatients
The Relational Co-Construction of Selves: A Postmodern Perspective
How Does the Relationship Facilitate Productive Client Thinking?
In Experiential Sessions, There Is No Therapist or Client: There Is a “Teacher” and a “Practitioner”
Shifting from Treatment Plans to Action Plans: Solidifying the Therapeutic Alliance
Playing with Fire: Countertransference and Clinical Epistemology
A Transpersonal Way of Relating to Clients
The Therapeutic Relationship as Viewed by Existential Psychotherapy: Re-Embracing the World
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