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Macmillan Higher Education

Researching the Psychotherapy Process

A Practical Guide to Transcript-Based Methods

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21 October 2005

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This hands-on introduction to psychotherapy process research methods takes the student clinician/researcher through the basic steps of developing a research project based on a transcript of a psychotherapy session. The major...

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This hands-on introduction to psychotherapy process research methods takes the student clinician/researcher through the basic steps of developing a research project based on a transcript of a psychotherapy session. The major text-based methods in use are introduced in separate chapters, and illustrated with detailed examples and exercises which will enable the novice researcher to explore the therapeutic interaction from a variety of perspectives. The aim of the book is to support and enhance clinical practice through research competence and awareness.

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The first textbook to give students indepth, step by step guidance to researching the psychotherapy process
Reflects the popularity of qualitative methods amongst students doing research projects at third year undergraduate or postgraduate level, without excluding discussion of quantitative research
Draws systematically on examples and exercises to illustrate the main points, helping the reader to see how the research would be done

Preface
Acknowledgements
PART 1: BACKGROUND TO THE FIELD OF PSYCHOTHERAPY RESEARCH
Introduction: What is Research?
Psychotherapy Research: A Brief Overview
The Research Process
PART 2: THE CODING APPROACHES
Introduction
Transference-Related Methods
The Assimilation Model
Interpersonal Theory Approaches
PART 3: THE DISCOURSE APPROACHES
Introduction
Grounded Theory
Conversation Analysis
Analyzing Narratives in Psychotherapy Texts
The Therapeutic Cycles Model (TCM)
PART 4: DATA ANALYSIS AND DOCUMENTATION
Introduction
Computerized Data Analysis
Documentation of the Research
Conclusion
References.

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NICK RIDING is Director, Psychotherapy Programmes, at the Kent Institute of Medicine and Health Sciences, University of Kent at Canterbury, UK. He also practises as a psychotherapist within the National Heatlh Service.

GEORGIA LEPPER is Lecturer in Psychotherapy at the Kent Institute of Medicine and Health Sciences, University of Kent at Canterbury, UK. She is the author of Categories in Talk and Text: A Practical Introduction to Categorization Analysis.

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NICK RIDING is Director, Psychotherapy Programmes, at the Kent Institute of Medicine and Health Sciences, University of Kent at Canterbury, UK. He also practises as a psychotherapist within the National Heatlh Service.

GEORGIA LEPPER is Lecturer in Psychotherapy at the Kent Institute of Medicine and Health Sciences, University of Kent at Canterbury, UK. She is the author of Categories in Talk and Text: A Practical Introduction to Categorization Analysis.

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