Distinguished Workshop Series: Improving Outcome by Integrating Common Factors Into Treatment Protocols
In this INTRODUCTORY workshop, a model of how the common factors are important in psychotherapy will be presented. This model describes how the common factors are therapeutic in and of themselves and how they interact with the specific ingredients of the treatment protocol. The implications of this model for clinical practice, regardless of the particular treatment protocol being used, are discussed, with an emphasis on clinical applications. Finally, the research that supports the model and its application is presented.
Part of the APA Online Academy Convention Workshop Presentations Campus.
- Identify a model of how common factors are important in producing benefits in psychotherapy,
- Integrate common factors in existing treatment protocols,
- Comprehend the research that supports a focus on common factors as critical psychotherapy ingredients.
Bruce E. Wampold, PhD, ABPP
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