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The Effectiveness of psychodynamic psychotherapy: A systematic review of recent international and Australian research

The purpose of this research was to determine the effectiveness of psychodynamic psychotherapy, both generally and in Australian settings. A systematic review of recent (last five years) and Australian (last 10 years) papers using MEDLINE Complete and…

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The Effectiveness of psychodynamic psychotherapy: A systematic review of recent international and Australian research

Return to Journal Articles Dr Cadeyrn Gaskin, Gaskin Research, Melbourne, Australia Introduction In Australia (Pelling, 2005; Schofield, 2008), as well as internationally (Aldridge & Pollard, 2005), it is common for counsellors and psychotherapists to use psychodynamic approaches in their work with clients. The findings from a survey of professional and clinical members of the 41 …

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Research and evaluation in psychotherapy and counselling

Professor King discusses why research in psychotherapy and counselling is imperative and how service organisations and professional bodies can partner with universities to achieve this end.

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