Faculty mentor: Zac Imel
The following research study analyzed the components of psychotherapy. The effectiveness of psychotherapy has been attributed to a combination of specific interventions, techniques, and common elements (common factors) that are widely used across different approaches in therapy (Wampold & Imel, 2015). We hypothesized that therapists who have a high rating of common factor items will utilize more specific non-CF interventions compared to therapists with low common factor ratings.
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