Integración en psicoterapia en terapeutas en formación: Atribución de factores comunes e ingredientes específicos en casos prototípicos de cinco orientaciones psicoterapéuticas

Translated title of the contribution: psychotherapy integration in psychotherapists in training: Attribution of common factors and specific ingredients to prototypical cases of five theoretical approaches

Luis Botella, Joana Maestra

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Abstract

The aim of this study is to check what common factors and specific ingredients do a group of therapists in training differentiate in clinical cases prototypical of major theoretical orientations of psychotherapy that have received empirical support in terms of their effectiveness. Participants in this study were 65 students of a training program in clinical psychology and health. The results indicated that common factors are perceived as very common in all forms of psychotherapy and in the same proportion and that specific factors are not perceived as exclusive from one form of therapy and appear to be present in all of them and in the same proportion (no significant difference).

Translated title of the contributionpsychotherapy integration in psychotherapists in training: Attribution of common factors and specific ingredients to prototypical cases of five theoretical approaches
Original languageSpanish
Pages (from-to)39-48
Number of pages10
JournalRevista Argentina de Clinica Psicologica
Volume25
Issue number1
Publication statusPublished - 1 Apr 2016

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