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Effectiveness Bank Analysis: Resolving Therapist-Client Tensions May Promote Recovery

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Psychotherapy: 2018, 55(4), p. 508-519.
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Amalgamated research findings raise the intriguing possibility that experiencing the resolution of breakdowns or tensions (‘ruptures’) in the therapist-client relationship promotes client welfare even more than rupture-free relationships. Evidence-based tips backed by the American Psychological Association aim to help therapists resolve ruptures.