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A reciprocal influence model of the working alliance and the therapeutic outcome was examined in a sample of clients (n = 638) seen by novice therapists. Past researchers have found

A reciprocal influence model of the working alliance and the therapeutic outcome was examined in a sample of clients (n = 638) seen by novice therapists. Past researchers have found a relation between the working alliance and symptom improvement and this relation has been interpreted as the alliance leading to such symptom change. The current study was an examination of whether the alliance does indeed lead to symptom change, or whether symptom change leads to subsequent alliance change, or whether each is related to the other in a reciprocal way over time.

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  • 2015-07-01
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    • Digital object identifier: 10.1037/cou0000089
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      0022-0167
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      1939-2168
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    Xu, Hui, & Tracey, Terence J. G. (2015). Reciprocal Influence Model of Working Alliance and Therapeutic Outcome Over Individual Therapy Course. JOURNAL OF COUNSELING PSYCHOLOGY, 62(3), 351-359. http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/cou0000089

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