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Toward Effective Counseling and Psychotherapy: Training and Practice 1st EditionTraining and Practice

by
Charles B. Truax
Robert Carkhuff

Publication Date: 09-30-2007

Abstract 
The field of counseling and psychotherapy has for years presented the puzzling spectacle of unabating enthusiasm for forms of treatment whose effectiveness cannot be objectively demonstrated. With few exceptions, statistical studies have consistently failed to show that any form of psychotherapy is followed by significantly more improvement than would be caused by the mere passage of an equivalent period of time. Despite this, practitioners of various psychotherapeutic schools have remained firmly convinced that their methods are effective. Many recipients of these forms of treatment also believe that they are being helped.

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