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A Literature Review of the Evidence for the Effectiveness of Experiential Psychotherapies

Return to Journal Articles Ben Mullings, PhD, Private Practice, Perth, Western Australia   Introduction Experiential psychotherapies originate from the humanistic tradition. This class of approaches include emotion-focused, existential, person-centred, gestalt, psychodrama, focusing-oriented, and expressive therapies. Experiential approaches share a set of core qualities, such as eliciting and exploring reflective experiences in-session, using empathy within the …

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A Literature Review of the Evidence for the Effectiveness of Experiential Psychotherapies

Ben Mullings, PhD,¬†Private Practice, Perth, Western Australia ¬† Abstract The purpose of this literature review is to review the evidence base for the effectiveness of experiential psychotherapies, conducted in international and Australian settings. A systematic review of internationally published research from the last five years, and Australian research from the last 10 years, was conducted …

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