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Webinar Recordings

Distinguised Researchers Webinar Series

Available to SPR members and non-members.

January 22, 2020

Presenter: Christoph Flückiger

Challenges in psychotherapy research: Basic empirical frameworks of how to understand psychotherapy

June 27, 2019

Presenter: Felicitas Rost

Time for a Sea-Change, NICE Guidelines Need a Revised Methodology

Mar 29, 2019

Presenter: Chris Evans

Routine Outcome Monitoring (ROM): A great tool but people aren’t silicon!

Feb 6, 2019

Presenter: Sibel Halfon

Assessing Children’s Affect Regulation Strategies in Psychodynamic Play Therapy

Nov 15, 2018

Presenter: Glen Spielmans

Psychotherapy Controlled Trials and Meta-Analyses, Confounds and Considerations

Feb 22, 2018

Presenter: Jan Boehnke

This paper is desperate: An Introduction to Peer-Review.

Nov 30, 2017

Presenter: Catherine F. Eubanks

An introduction to the Rupture and Resolution Rating System (3RS).

Sept 14, 2017

Presenter: M. M. Gonçalves & A. P. Ribeiro

Three narrative-based coding systems.

May 10, 2017

Presenter: Heidi M. Levitt

Designing and Publishing Meaningful Qualitative Psychotherapy Research: Establishing Methodological Integrity.

Mar 11, 2015

Moderators:John Mellor-Clark and Samuel Nordberg

Dispelling myths about routine outcomes monitoring implementation Real world examples of challenges overcome.

Panelists: Ben Locke, Bill Andrews, Kim de Jong, David Ross, Tommy Skjulsvik, Audun Røren, Carrie Montgomery, Fiona McMahon, Kim Juhi Kjaergaard

Oct 30, 2014
Louis Castonguay Conducting practice-oriented research: What to do and not to do in building partnerships between researchers an
May 7, 2014
David Orlinsky
Developing Research on the Development of Psychotherapists
Mar 25, 2014
Steven D. Hollon
Is Cognitive Behavior Therapy the Optimal First-line Treatment for Depression?
Nov 18, 2013
Marvin R. Goldfried Psychotherapy integration: Past, present, and future
Sept 25, 2013 Sarah Knox Data collection and data analysis in CQR: Explanation and illustration
May 7, 2013 Lorna Smith Benjamin False beliefs in clinical research and theory [Preview] [Full Rec]
Jan 23, 2013 Bruce Wampold Investigating therapist effects methods for identifying the actions of effective therapists
Nov 20, 2012 Irene Elkin Disentangling therapists from therapies in psychotherapy outcome studies
Sept 25, 2012 Ann Doucette Measurement Questioning Precision in Psychotherapy Research
May 7, 2012 Michael J. Lambert The powerful effect of progress feedback and problem solving tools in maximizing positive outcomes
Febr 28, 2012 John Norcross Psychotherapy relationships that Work
Nov 11, 2011 Kenneth Levy Advice for early career scientists
Sept 9, 2011 Wolfgang Lutz Investigating change on a macro, micro and meso level
Apr 4, 2011 Leslie S. Greenberg The York Psychotherapy Studies on the process of change
Febr 17, 2011 William B. Stiles The assimilation model and case study research
Nov 16, 2010 Clara Hill Qualitative psychotherapy research and training
Sept 23, 2010 Robert J. De Rubeis Mechanisms of change



Dissertation Dissemination Webinar Series

Available to SPR members and non-members.

October 24, 2013
Samuel Nordberg Unpacking heterogeneity in psychotherapy change 
April 24, 2013 Aaron J. Fisher Tailoring psychotherapy to the individual client using advanced statistics
February 28, 2013 Ingrid Erhard Relatedness and differentiation in psychotherapeutic dyads
December 13, 2012 Kim de Jong A chance for change: Building an outcome monitoring feedback system for outpatient psychotherapy


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