- Inbunden (Hardback)
- Antal sidor
- 1st ed. 2017
- Springer International Publishing AG
- Tilden, Terje (ed.), Wampold, Bruce (ed.)
- 17 Tables, color; 18 Illustrations, color; 1 Illustrations, black and white; XI, 290 p. 19 illus., 1
- 228 x 152 x 19 mm
- Antal komponenter
- 1 Hardback
- 748 g
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Routine Outcome Monitoring in Couple and Family Therapy
The Empirically Informed Therapist
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Terje Tilden is the associate research director at Modum Bad, a leading research institute in Norway, where he also serves as an individual, group, and family therapist. He has presented a broad variety of research in cognitive therapy, both internationally and within Norway. In addition, he has published numerous articles in journals such as Journal of Marital and Family Therapy, Journal of Family Therapy, and Contemporary Family Therapy. Bruce E. Wampold, who was trained in mathematics (University of Washington) before earning his doctorate in Counseling Psychology (University of California, Santa Barbara), is the Patricia L. Wolleat Professor of Counseling Psychology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison as well as Director, Research Institute at Modum Bad Psychiatric Center in Vikersund, Norway. Currently his work involves understanding psychotherapy from empirical, historical, and anthropological perspectives, which has led to the development of a contextual model of psychotherapy. His work is summarized in the forthcoming volume Great Psychotherapy Debate (with Z. Imel, 2nd ed., Routledge). He is a Fellow of the American Psychological Association, a Diplomate in Counseling Psychology of the American Board of Professional Psychology, the recipient of the 2007 Distinguished Professional Contributions to Applied Research Award from the American Psychological Association, and an Honorary Doctor in the Social Sciences, Stockholm University.
PART I: INTRODUCTION. - How Do I Know Whether My Efforts Are Helpful for The Client? Implementing Feedback in Norway.- PART II: COUPLE AND FAMILY THERAPY IN NORWAY.- The History of Family Therapy in Norway.- A Sociological Perspective on Changes in the Family in Norway.- Family Therapy and Philosophy: Inspiration and Frustration.- PART III: PRACTICE-ORIENTED RESEARCH AND ROUTINE OUTCOME MONITORING.- STIC: A Multi-Systemic and Multi-Dimensional System to Integrate Science into Psychotherapeutic Practice.- The Norwegian Directorate for Children, Youth and Family Affairs' Efforts to Implement Feedback in Routine Couple and Family Therapy.- Feedback as Means to Enhance Client-Therapist Interaction in Therapy.- Does Feedback Enhance User Involvement in Therapy?.- Empirically Informed Therapy Conducted at the Family Unit, Modum Bad.- Family Therapy and Holistic Complexity. An Ethnographic Approach to Therapeutic Practice in a Norwegian Psychiatric Clinic.- An Anthill of Questions That Made me Prepare for the First Session: A Clinical Vignette of the Usage of STIC Feedback System.- Lessons Learned from the Implementation of a Feedback System in Couple and Family Therapy.- PART IV: REFLECTIONS FROM ABROAD ON COUPLE AND FAMILY THERAPY IN NORWAY.- How, When, and Why Do People Change through Psychological Interventions? - Patient-Focused Psychotherapy Research.- How to Use Research to Become More Effective Therapists.- How Can Outcome Data Inform Change? Experiences from the Child Mental Health Context in Great Britain, Including Barriers and Facilitators to the Collection and Use of Data.- PART V: CONCLUDING REMARKS.- Epilogue.-