An Interpersonally-Based Cognitive-Behavioral Psychotherapy
interpersonally based cognitive behavioral psychotherapy, 17 yr old stressed & underweight female
Describes an integrative psychotherapy that combines humanistic and cognitive-behavioral tenets and techniques. It is argued that the core relationship factors identified by C. R. Rogers (1959; 1965; see also PA, Vol 33:842)—genuineness, nonpossessive warmth, and accurate empathy—can play a central role in the efficacy of cognitive-behavioral interventions. Discussed are the assessment interview, formulation feedback, and treatment. An illustrative case, involving a 17-yr-old female undergraduate referred because of stress and underweight, demonstrates the interpersonally based cognitive-behavioral psychotherapy that is proposed.
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Journal of Integrative & Eclectic Psychotherapy, v. 5, issue 2, p. 179-191
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Thompson, Joel K. and Spana, Richard Enrico, "An Interpersonally-Based Cognitive-Behavioral Psychotherapy" (1986). Psychology Faculty Publications. 2002.