Webinar: Disentangling Therapists from Therapies in Psychotherapy Outcome Studies

29 10 2012

Seminario Online gratuito organizado por la Society for Psychotherapy Research

Disentangling Therapists from Therapies in Psychotherapy Outcome Studies

Join us for a Webinar on November 20, 2012

Considerable attention has been paid in the psychotherapy research literature to “therapist effects,” i.e., to the amount of variability in outcome attributable to differences among therapists.  Researchers, by and large, however, have not concerned themselves with the problem of disentangling the effects of a particular treatment approach from the effectiveness of the particular sample of therapists carrying out the approach.  This is an especially important problem in comparative treatment studies.  This dilemma, its implications, and possible ways to address it, will be the major focus of this Webinar.  Since the discussion will be presented in the context of questions raised about the outcome findings in the NIMH Treatment of Depression Collaborative Research Program (TDCRP), the talk will begin with a brief description of the background, design, and major results of that study.
Title: Disentangling Therapists from Therapies in Psychotherapy Outcome Studies
Date: Tuesday, November 20, 2012
Time: 11:00 AM – 12:30 PM ESTHora en España (península): 17:00h
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