Celia Faye Jacobsen
Træffetid: Tirsdage kl. 14:00-16:00
The main purpose of the Common factors, Responsiveness and Outcome in Psychotherapy study (CROP) is to determine client and psychologist characteristics and therapeutic processes associated with the outcome of psychotherapy delivered by psychologists in the Danish practice sector or in private practice.
My PhD study within the CROP study will focus on two main questions. First, how are specific characteristics of clients and psychologists related to the outcome of therapy and do these characteristics predict or moderate the outcome of different psychotherapeutic approaches? Second, to what extent do therapists adapt their approach to client characteristics and preferences and how does such responsiveness to clients impact the process and outcome of therapy?
The results from the study will be directly relevant to psychologists and will be disseminated nationwide during and after the study.