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Conversational Skill, the Common Denominator in Good Therapy

Are Specialization and Clinical Complexity Really Necessary?

Jay Efran, Rob Fauber • 8/24/2016

By Jay Efran and Rob Fauber - Over psychotherapy’s history, the search for new therapy techniques and fancier gimmicks has led the field lurching down one blind alley after another. But therapy is undeniably a form of conversation, not a medical treatment. It can never be fully scripted or manualized, and its value hinges on a few basic principles that have been known for a long time.

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Spitting in the Client's Soup

Don’t Overthink Your Interventions

Jay Efran, Rob Fauber • 3/1/2015

In our profession, it’s often more alluring to explore new gimmicks than to acknowledge that our success largely hinges on simple, commonsense factors.

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5/1/2012
Authors:
WILLIAM DOHERTY, PH.D.
 
RON TAFFEL, PH.D.
 
STEVE ANDREAS, MA, NLP
 
CLIFTON MITCHELL, PH.D.
 
JAY EFRAN, PH.D.
 
ROB FAUBER, PHD
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Copyright:
5/1/2012
Authors:
WILLIAM DOHERTY, PH.D.
 
RON TAFFEL, PH.D.
 
STEVE ANDREAS, MA, NLP
 
CLIFTON MITCHELL, PH.D.
 
JAY EFRAN, PH.D.
 
ROB FAUBER, PHD
Product:
NRC095765
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Conversational Skill, the Common Denominator in Good Therapy

Are Specialization and Clinical Complexity Really Necessary?

Jay Efran, Rob Fauber • 8/24/2016

By Jay Efran and Rob Fauber - Over psychotherapy’s history, the search for new therapy techniques and fancier gimmicks has led the field lurching down one blind alley after another. But therapy is undeniably a form of conversation, not a medical treatment. It can never be fully scripted or manualized, and its value hinges on a few basic principles that have been known for a long time.

Daily Blog
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Spitting in the Client's Soup

Don’t Overthink Your Interventions

Jay Efran, Rob Fauber • 3/1/2015

In our profession, it’s often more alluring to explore new gimmicks than to acknowledge that our success largely hinges on simple, commonsense factors.

Magazine Article
Page 1 of 1
Rob Fauber, Ph.D., is associate professor of psychology and associate director of clinical training at Temple University.