Dear European colleague(s)
The editors Lambert, Bergin & Garfield of the Handbook of psychotherapy and behavior change asked us (i.e. R. Elliott, L. Greenberg and myself) again to write a chapter on 'Research on humanistic and experiential psychotherapies' for the fifth edition which is planned for 2002. Since I am responsible for the research from European countries, I am addressing myself to you.
Would you be so kind to send to me – preferably before the end of December – references (and if possible the publications themselves and/or summaries) of empirical process and/or outcome studies you or some of your colleagues did since 1990. Also research that is not (yet) published (like internal reports, master's theses and doctoral dissertations) is welcome; and we are open to different methodologies: sample studies as well as empirically based case studies.
Since we are asked to present a survey of the broader field of humanistic-experiential psychotherapy, we are interested in research on client-centered, experiential, interpersonal, existential and Gestalt psychotherapy, and also in research from other paradigms in which an experiential-humanistic therapy is included as a comparison group or in which some 'typical' variables from our orientation are part of the study (e.g. Rogerian attitudes or experiential procedures).
Thank you very much for your cooperation!
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