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When Psychological Therapy Is Unsuccessful: A Grounded Theory of Clients' Experiences Reveals the Client's Helical Path

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When Psychological Therapy Is Unsuccessful: A Grounded Theory of Clients' Experiences Reveals the Client's Helical Path - Shaw, Stephen
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In this significant departure from and contribution to the existing psychotherapy research literature, Shaw employs a grounded theory methodology to guide the collection and analysis of interview data from clients who report unsuccessful therapy experiences. Shaw ultimately puts forth "The Client's Helical Path" as a theoretical model that subsumes four subcategories: Embarking, Evaluating, Ending, and Familiarity. Clients Embark upon a course of therapy with certain expectations; they later Evaluate their experience on the ...

When Psychological Therapy Is Unsuccessful: A Grounded Theory of Clients' Experiences Reveals the Client's Helical Path 2008, VDM Verlag Dr. Mueller E.K., Saarbrucken

ISBN-13: 9783639035421

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