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Können Praktikerinnen von der Forschung lernen?

  • Hans H. Strupp

Zusammenfassung

Praktizierende Psychotherapeutinnen, insbesondere solche, die mit einem psychodynamischen Modell arbeiten, haben wiederholt beklagt, daß sie nur wenig oder gar nicht von den Ergebnissen der Psychotherapieforschung lernen können (Elliott, 1983; Luborsky, 1972; Morrow-Bradley & Elliott, 1986; Orlinsky & Howard, 1978; Parloff, 1980; Raush, 1974; Sechrest, 1975; Ward, 1964). Obwohl die Forschung in den letzten Jahrzehnten expandiert ist, scheint es wenig Nachweise dafür zu geben, daß Klinikerinnen eine positivere Einstellung bezüglich des praktischen Wertes der Psychotherapieforschung entwickelt haben. Als Forscher und Therapeut ist mir diese Kluft stets bewußt gewesen (Strupp, 1968), und in gewisser Hinsicht muß ich der zuvor genannten Einschätzung zustimmen. Nichtsdestotrotz glaube ich, daß es an der Zeit ist, sich diesem Thema nochmals zu widmen. Ich beziehe mich hier stets auf individuelle psychodynamische Psychotherapie, obgleich ich überzeugt bin, daß die vorgestellten Erkenntnisse eine breitere Anwendung verdienen.

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