BACKGROUND: Therapist competence has consistently been associated with therapy outcomes, although the nature of this relationship varies considerably across studies. METHOD: In a naturalistic process-outcome study, 69 clients presenting with depression were treated by 1 of 18 cognitive-behavioral therapists in a 'real world' outpatient clinic. Using triangulated measures of therapists' competence, we hypothesized that greater therapist competence would be associated with improved cognitive-b...Expand abstract
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Therapist competence, comorbidity and cognitive-behavioral therapy for depression.
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