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The first webinar of 2020

Friday, January 10, 2020   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Sven Schneider
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Challenges in psychotherapy research: Basic empirical frameworks of how to understand psychotherapy

Presenter: Dr. Christoph Flückiger, University of Zürich, Switzerland
January 22nd, 2020 10:00 AM EST

This webinar is presented by Dr. Christoph Flückiger. He is professor of the Swiss-National-Science-Foundation at the University of Zürich and current Editor of the journal Psychotherapy Research.

Abstract: Under translational science perspective, psychotherapy research is defined as an interdisciplinary integration of clinical psychological theories of pathology, intervention, and health recognizing the challenges of dissemination and implementation (e.g., Mulder, Lancet, 2017). This interdisciplinary scope resulted in a coexistence of various basic frameworks of how to conceptualize and empirically investigate psychotherapy. The present webinar provides an overview of the different recently discussed basic empirical frameworks (RCT-framework, therapist effect framework, relationship effect framework, patient effect framework). Furthermore, it provides practical implications of how to conduct psychotherapy study designs within these frameworks. It discusses practical considerations for young researchers of how to conceptualize empirical manuscripts to invite readers and reviewers from different frameworks. 


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