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TitleThe development of therapeutic collaboration in a good outcome case of person-centered therapy
Other titlesDie Entwicklung therapeutischer Zusammenarbeit in einer Personzentrierten Therapie anhand eines Falles mit gutem Outcome
El desarrollo de la colaboración terapéutica en un caso de buenos resultados de terapia centrada en la persona
Le développement de la collaboration thérapeutique dans un cas de thérapie centrée sur la personne à bons résultats
O Desenvolvimento da Colaboração Terapêutica num caso de sucesso de Terapia Centrada na Pessoa
Author(s)Ribeiro, Eugénia
Fernandes, Catarina
Santos, Beatriz
Ribeiro, Antonio
Coutinho, Joana Fernandes Pereira
Angus, Lynne
Greenberg, Leslie
Keywordstherapeutic collaboration
Person-Centered Therapy
good outcome
case study
Issue date2014
PublisherTaylor & Francis Ltd
JournalPerson-Centered and Experiential Psychotherapies
CitationEugénia Ribeiro, Catarina Fernandes, Beatriz Santos, António Ribeiro, JoanaCoutinho, Lynne Angus & Leslie Greenberg (2014) The development of therapeutic collaboration ina good outcome case of person-centered therapy, Person-Centered & Experiential Psychotherapies,13:2, 150-168, DOI: 10.1080/14779757.2014.893250
Abstract(s)This paper explores the development of therapeutic collaboration in Person-Centered Therapy (PCT). It presents a good outcome case - "Mary" - selected from York I Depression Study, treated with PCT. The study examined how therapist and client worked together throughout the therapy, using the Therapeutic Collaboration Coding System (TCCS). The TCCS assumes that effective therapeutic collaboration occurs within the client's therapeutic zone of proximal development (TZPD), defined as the distance between the actual and the potential client's developmental level. It consists of a transcript-based method by which therapist's interventions and client's responses are analyzed on a moment-to moment basis. Two independent trained judges coded 15 sessions of this case, using the TCCS. Results showed that the therapeutic dyad worked most of the time within the client's TZPD, thus suggesting a collaborative pattern throughout the therapy process. In addition, the results showed that the client proactively interacted with the therapist, moving forward in her TZPD.
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