Question by sarah s: What kind of psychotherapy is based on the relationship between the therapist and the client?
i’ve read it somewhere, but i don’t remember the name
Answer by Godshot
What an interesting question. I’m a 20 year veteran therapist, so I have a few things for you to think about.
I teach other therapists several models of psychotherapy. What I teach across the board is that the relationship with the client is “THE” most important factor in the outcome of therapy. This has been proven time-and-again through research studies.
Now to answer your question more specifically. “Relational, Interpersonal or Psychodynamic” approaches utilize the therapy relationship more than any other approach.
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