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Some psychotherapists consistently achieve superior outcomes with their clients. That is, who you see for psychotherapy matters. Indeed, there is strong empirical evidence that some therapists are consistently more effective with their clients. Such therapists are variously referred to by...
Self-compassion has become a focus for psychology research and practice, in part, due to its many psychological benefits, including life satisfaction, social connectedness, self-awareness, improved mental health, and a supportive attitude toward the self (Gilbert & Proctor, 2006; Neff, 2003b;...
Abstract The purpose of this cross-sectional study was to identify the relationships between explicit and implicit self-esteem, offender categorization, risk of reoffence, narcissism, and psychopathy. Participants were 90 adult male offenders sentenced for a nonviolent, violent, or sexual...
Addressing exercise in therapy: Therapists’ personal exercise habits, attitudes, knowledge, and perceived barriers to addressing exercise with clients.Download
This study was designed to investigate the factors that contribute to addressing exercise in psychotherapy. Self-identified psychotherapists (n=94) completed surveys relating to: the frequency and type of conversations they have with clients regarding exercise; the frequency and length of time in...
Reflective practice is an important part of what distinguishes expert psychotherapists from their merely average peers. Therapists who engage in it regularly are more effective than those who do not (Cropley, Hanton, Miles, & Niven, 2010; Hoshmand, 1994; Parsons, 2009). One area of reflective...
While research has demonstrated no differences in effectiveness between the different types of addictions treatments, differences have been found for effectiveness between counsellors. Research has shown that some counsellors who treat addictions, consistently achieve better results than others,...
Getting Off the Couch: Psychotherapists Who Have Incorporated Therapeutic Lifestyle Changes Into Their PracticeDownload
Twenty percent of Canadians are affected by mental illness (Mental Health Commission of Canada, 2011). Mental illness can be positively impacted by Therapeutic Lifestyle Changes (TLCs). TLCs include such things as exercise, diet, recreation, sleep, sunlight exposure, interpersonal relationships,...
Adolescent Emotion Regulation Questionnaire: Development and Validation of a Measure of Emotion Regulation for AdolescentsDownload
The development of the Adolescent Emotion Regulation Questionnaire (AERQ) involved the creation of instrument items that were designed to measure emotion regulation strategies in cognitive, behavioral, physiological, and social response domains; intensity or duration emotional features; and...
The purpose of this study is to extend the rape myth literature to intimate partner violence (IPV) myths by evaluating the prevalence of IPV myth acceptance and clarifying whether gender and prior IPV victimization are associated with IPV myth acceptance. To this end, three research questions...
Despite the substantial research illustrating the positive effects of physical activity on mental health, there are few studies examining the role of exercise in psychotherapy. This study examined factors associated with psychotherapists addressing physical activity with their clients. To examine...