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ie: the very relationship between the client and therapist is the most ripe place for curiosity and analysis.

There is a large body of literature 10 , 11 suggesting that the “active ingredient” of psychotherapy is the set of new or compensatory skills acquired during the process. To explore this question, 19 different therapist–client pairs were followed over 12 sessions of psychotherapy. Among the dimensions of compatibility discussed by Beutler and Clarkin are demographics, interpersonal response patterns, personal beliefs, and attributions. People who score high in the Cognitions modality consider themselves logical, rational, and contemplative.

Recommendations by Kahn about aspects such as self-disclosure, genuineness and making the client aware of the transference in the last chapter are of great, practical use. Analyses of the relationship between client–therapist similarity on the Multimodal SPI and psychotherapy outcome confirmed the experimental hypothesis. The implications of these findings are that psychotherapists are likely to employ specific techniques that are consistent with their own modality structures and clients, likewise, are apt to see techniques consistent with their own modality structures as more pertinent to their issues. This study was designed to explore the importance of therapist–client similarity from the holistic and comprehensive viewpoint of multimodal therapy.

If you read it as a client, it will give you great insight to how you can improve your relationship with your therapist and get the most out of your sessions.According to the theory and clinical observation of multimodal theory, 19 , 20 one's “dominant modality” (having the highest score on the Structural Profile Inventory [SPI]) will be the sphere of functioning in which one will be most likely to react, especially in times of stress. It is so easy to read and understand and a great introduction to what can happen between therapist and client. I would recommend this book to clients seeking to understand the "rules" of therapy as much as to new therapists (and therapists-to-be). Although initially 45 therapists agreed to participate, a total of only 19 therapist–client pairs did participate in this study.

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