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[in singular] The relationship between a psychologist or psychotherapist and a patient, regarded as important for the outcome of psychological therapy.
- ‘The setting in which therapy occurs can both positively and negatively influence the therapeutic alliance.’
- ‘They define the strengths, limitations, and opportunities for creating a therapeutic alliance with a computer program.’
- ‘Higher scores reflect a more positive perception of the therapeutic alliance.’
- ‘Future studies would also do well to measure the therapeutic alliance several times over the course of therapy.’
- ‘In addition, research is also needed on the measurement of the therapeutic alliance in family therapy.’
- ‘This can be done safely without creating boundary problems and will lead to a strengthening of the therapeutic alliance.’
- ‘Many authors have sought to develop strategies geared to fostering a good therapeutic alliance in couple therapy.’
- ‘Controlled outcome studies using manuals typically report very high levels of therapeutic alliance.’
- ‘Further studies employing in-office and home-based participants would aid in determining the contextual influences of home-based therapy on the therapeutic alliance.’
- ‘In 1986, Pinsof and Catherall developed a scale to assess the characteristics of the therapeutic alliance in a family therapy setting.’
- ‘In ordinary psychotherapy, we talk about the "therapeutic alliance."’
- ‘The management of the depressed teenager begins at the first interview with the creation of a therapeutic alliance.’
- ‘Finally, future studies should also seek out the client characteristics likely to foster or hinder the establishment of a good therapeutic alliance.’
- ‘Clinicians and researchers in the field of couple therapy have focused on the therapeutic alliance because of its documented impact on treatment completion and outcome.’
- ‘Patients receiving medication and psychotherapy reported slightly stronger therapeutic alliances than the others did.’
- ‘Another study found that 74 percent of patients with fair or poor therapeutic alliances failed to comply fully with medication regimens.’
- ‘This arises from a therapeutic understanding of the relationship between staff and patients and involves fostering a robust therapeutic alliance.’
- ‘Research on the therapeutic alliance has demonstrated the importance of relationship factors in predicting outcome regardless of therapeutic model.’
- ‘Data gathered in this study indicates that marital adjustment predicts quality of therapeutic alliance at session three.’
- ‘Regardless of the model being used, there are ways to measure therapeutic alliance, and therapeutic alliance is a good predictor of therapy outcome.’
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