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■ Abbreviation / Long Form : EST / empirically supported treatment

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2017 Fostering secure attachment in low- and middle-income countries: Suggestions for evidence-based interventions. LMIC
2016 Differential effectiveness of group, individual, and conjoint treatments: An archival analysis of OQ-45 change trajectories. ---
2016 National attitudes towards mental health treatment: the importance of research evidence. ---
2015 An examination of the evidence in culturally adapted evidence-based or empirically supported interventions. EBP
2015 [On the present situation in psychotherapy and its implications - A critical analysis of the facts]. RCTs
2014 Bridging the common factors and empirically supported treatment camps: comment on Laska, Gurman, and Wampold. CF
2014 Common factors are not so common and specific factors are not so specified: toward an inclusive integration of psychotherapy research. CF
2014 Expanding the lens of evidence-based practice in psychotherapy: a common factors perspective. CF, RCTs
2013 Efficacy combined with specified ingredients: a new direction for empirically supported addiction treatment. RCTs
10  2013 Is Openness to Using Empirically Supported Treatments Related to Organizational Culture and Climate? ---
11  2013 The use of effective treatments: the case of an adolescent girl with anorexia nervosa in the context of a conversion disorder. AN
12  2006 Psychotherapy research at the start of the 21st century: the persistence of the art versus science controversy. ---
13  2003 Adding a more rigorous scientific agenda to the empirically supported treatment movement. ---
14  2003 Are all cognitive therapies alike? A comparison of cognitive and noncognitive therapy process and implications for the application of empirically supported treatments. CT
15  2003 Meta-analysis of MFT interventions. MASTs
16  2001 Empirically supported treatments: will this movement in the field of psychology impact the practice of psychosocial oncology? ---