Evidence-Based Psychotherapy Where Practice and Research Meet
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Copyright year: 2006
Publisher: American Psychological Association
Publication date: 3/15/2006
Size: 7.50" wide x 10.25" long x 1.00" tall
|The Practice Perspective|
|Uses and Misuses of Evidence: Managed Care, Treatment Guidelines, and Outcomes Measurement in Professional Practice|
|Evidence, Endeavor, and Expertise in Psychology Practice|
|Theoretical Pluralism and Technical Eclecticism|
|Cultural Variation in the Therapeutic Relationship|
|The Research Perspective|
|Research Findings on the Effects of Psychotherapy and Their Implications for Practice|
|Evidence-Based Practice and Psychological Treatments|
|Assessment and Evaluation in Clinical Practice|
|The Research-Practice Tango and Other Choreographic Challenges: Using and Testing Evidence-Based Psychotherapies in Clinical Care Settings|
|Training, Policy, and Cautions|
|Training the Next Generation of Psychologist Clinicians: Good Judgment and Methodological Realism at the Interface Between Science and Practice|
|Expanding the Terms of the Debate: Evidence-Based Practice and Public Policy|
|Evidence-Based Practice: Gold Standard, Gold Plated, or Fool's Gold?|
|About the Editors|