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Uitkomstenonderzoek naar persoonsgerichte-experiëntiële psychotherapieën bij angstproblemen

ARTICLEElliott, Robert - 51–1 (2013)

SUMMARY

Anxiety difficulties are an increasingly important focus for person-centered-experiential
(PCE) psychotherapies. I summarize a meta-analysis of 19 outcome studies of PCE therapies for anxiety, most commonly supportive or person-centered therapies (PCT) carried out by
cognitive behavior therapy (CBT) researchers. The results indicate large pre-post change but a clear inferiority to CBT. I then summarize promising early results from an ongoing study of
PCT and EFT for social anxiety, which show large amounts of pre-post change for both forms
of PCE therapy but substantially more change for clients in the EFT condition.

KEYWORDS

Anxiety, Person-Centered-Experiential therapy, outcome research