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The Single Case Archive Project

Sunday, February 25, 2018  
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As a researcher, therapist, student or teacher in the field of psychotherapy, you might be interested in how therapy creates its effect. As an example, you might be interested in the interpersonal processes underlying psychoanalytic treatment for borderline personality disorders. To learn about these therapy processes, case reports of clients suffering from specific mental problems are a very useful source. However, finding these single case studies often is a difficult task.

The Single Case Archive project wants to facilitate the search for single cases studies by setting up an Archive of at least 3.000 cases studies from different therapeutic schools.  An easy-to-use search engine, which operates on the basis of descriptive criteria such as diagnosis, age, and gender of the patient, or type, outcome and setting of the therapy, simplifies the search for specific single case studies.

Currently, the Archive comprises almost 1.500 case studies and the project is still ongoing. Go to to discover the project and search for single case studies in the Archive.

The Single Case Archive is made possible by Ghent University (supported by a Flanders Research Foundation grant) and the University of Essex.

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