ISSN 1538-1080

Category: Psychotherapy

A Practice-Based Evidence Approach to Change Pre, During and Post COVID-19 During Psychotherapy

Philip H. Friedman, Ph.D, John Freedom, CEHP AbstractPlease Note: This article is a follow-up to my previous article on psychotherapy with two patients with COVID-19 (Friedman, 2022, June): In this article we discuss the use of a digital assessment and tracking approach to monitor changes in affect, emotional stability, depression, anxiety, happiness, life balance,

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Change in Depression, Anxiety, Negative and Positive Affect, Life Balance, Self-Forgiveness, Psychological Flexibility, the Working Alliance, Outcome Measures and the Benefits of Psychotherapy: Case Studies of 2 Clients

Philip H. Friedman, Ph. D1 Abstract This article demonstrates the digital assessment of two clients over the course of ten therapy sessions. Of particular interest was the change that took place in these two clients during three ART (Accelerated Resolution Therapy) sessions numbered four, five and six. During this period of time there were very

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