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Why do we need qualitative research on psychological treatments? The case for discovery, reflexivity, critique, receptivity, and evocation
Psychotherapy researchers are increasingly using qualitative approaches to gain knowledge about the experiential, relational, and sociocultural aspects of psychological treatments. In this article, we explore and discuss ...
The association between self-reported difficulties in emotion regulation and heart rate variability: The salient role of not accepting negative emotions
Difficulties in emotion regulation are associated with development and maintenance of psychopathology. Typically, features of emotion regulation are assessed with self-report questionnaires. Heart rate variability (HRV) ...
The Association between Juvenile Onset of Depression and Emotion Regulation Difficulties
(Frontiers Media, 2019-10-18)
Juvenile onset of Major Depressive Disorder (MDD) is associated with increased likelihood of recurrent episodes of depression and more detrimental clinical trajectories. The aim of the current study was to investigate the ...
“You Feel They Have a Heart and Are Not Afraid to Show It”: Exploring How Clients Experience the Therapeutic Relationship in Emotion-Focused Therapy
Background: The therapeutic relationship is regarded as an important source of change in emotion-focused therapy (EFT), but few qualitative studies have specifically investigated how clients experience the role of the ...