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D Afford, P. (1994). Focusing. In D. Jones (Ed.), Innovative therapy: A handbook (pp. 100-114). Buckingham, England: Open University Press.

D-e Alemany, C. (1995). Experiential focusing and Ignation spirituality. The Folio. A Journal for Focusing and Experiential Therapy, 14(2), 59-70.

B-j Allen, B. (1995). Person-centered attitudes or actions? Charley the Star-Kist Tuna explains it all for you with the help of Konstantin Stanislavski. The Person-centered Journal, 2(2), 5-11.

K-f Allen, J. G., Coyne, L., Colson, D. B., & Horwitz, L. (1996). Pattern of therapist interventions associated with patient collaboration. Psychotherapy, 33(2), 254-261.

B Alpert, D. J. (1995). We-rhythm therapy. The Person-centered Journal, 2(1), 85-88.

O-n Altschul, D. B., & Steadman, K. E. (1996). A person-centered journey to Warm Springs. The Person-centered Journal, 3(1), 70-71.

K-m Anderson, H. D. (1995). Collaborative language systems: Toward a postmodern therapy. In R. H. Mikesell, D. D. Lusterman & S. H. McDaniel (Eds.), Integrating family therapy: Handbook of family psychology and systems theory (pp. 27-44). Washington, DC.: American Psychological Association.

K-b Anshin, R. N. (1995). Intersubjectivity, creative uncertainty, and systems theory: An approach to the clinical use of empathy. Journal of the American Academy of Psychoanalysis, 23(3), 369-378.

D-m Armstrong, M. K. (1995). The use of focusing to explore the self and the self in intimate relationships. The Folio. A Journal for Focusing and Experiential Therapy, 14(3), 25-30.

B Auckenthaler, A. (1996). Open rules and open individualized planning. An alternative to a reductionist understanding of therapist actions. In U. Esser, H. Pabst, & G.-W. Speierer (Eds.), o.c. (pp. 55-64).

B-f Bachelor, A. (1995). Client's perception of the therapeutic alliance: A qualitative analysis. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 43, 323-337.

K-n Ballinger, B., & Yalom, I. (1995). Group therapy in practice. In B. M. Bongar & L. E. Beutler (Eds.), Comprehensive textbook of psychotherapy: Theory and practice. New York: Oxford University Press.

D-a Ballou, M. (1995). Focusing. In M. Ballou (Ed.), Psychological interventions: A guide to strategies (pp. 117-124). Westport: Praeger/Greenwood.

K-j Bankart, C. P. (1996). Talking cures. A history of Western and Eastern psychotherapies. Pacific Grove: Brooks/Cole.

K-j Barak, Y., & Rabinowitz, G. (1995). Gestalt elements in D. W. Winnicott's psychoanalytic technique. Gestalt Journal, 18(2), 87-91.

D-j Barba, S. (1994). Subtle mind subtle body. An interface approach: the use of experiential focusing with Jin Shin Do acupressure. The Folio. A Journal for Focusing and Experiential Therapy, 13(3), 39-60.

D-j Barba, S. (1995). Interface and Jin Shin Do. The Folio. A Journal for Focusing and Experiential Therapy, 14(1), 43-55.

D-j Barba, S. (1995). Embodying our spirit through breath. The Folio. A Journal for Focusing and Experiential Therapy, 14(2), 49-58.

I Barbour, A. (1995). Caring for patients. A critique of the medical model. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

F Barker, C., Pistrang, N., & Elliott, R. (1994). Research methods in clinical and counselling psychology. New York: Wiley.

K-n Bar-on, D. (1996). Attempting to overcome the intergenerational transmission of trauma: Dialogue between descendants of victims and of perpetrators. In R. J. Apfel & B. Simon (Eds.), Minefields in their hearts: The mental health of children in war and communal violence (pp. 165-188). New Haven: Yale University Press.

O Barrett-Lennard, G. T. (1994). Toward a person-centered theory of community. Journal of Humanistic Psychology, 34(3), 62-86.

F-e Barrett-Lennard, G. T. (1996). Therapy and groups in context: A study of developmental episodes in adulthood. In R. Hutterer et al. (Eds.), o.c. (pp. 185-198).

A Barrett-Lennard, G. T. (1997). The span of Carl Roger's helping system: Journey and substance. London: Sage.

C-b Barrineau, P. (1996). A reexamination of the role of dreams (from a person-centered perspective): Practical implications for mental health counselors. Journal of Mental Health Counseling, 18(1), 3-15.

F-c Barth, R., & Sanford, R. (1994). Human science and the person-centered approach: An inquiry into the inner process of significant change within individuals. The Person-Centered Journal, 1(2), 19-36. [corrections: issue 3, 93-95]

K-b Bass, A. (1996). Holding, holding back, and holding on: Commentary on paper by Joyce Slochower. Psychoanalytic Dialogues, 6(3), 361-378.

L-h Baum, N. T. (1994). The phenomena of playing within the process of sandplay therapy. In N. Bouras, (Ed.), Mental health in mental retardation: Recent advances and practices (pp. 255-272). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

B-k Bayne, R. (1995). Psychological type and counselling. British Journal of Guidance and Counselling, 23(1), 95-106.

K-b Beaumont, H. (1993). Martin Buber's 'I-thou' and fragile self-organisation. Gestalt couples therapy. British Gestalt Journal, 2, 85-94.

K-g Beck, J. G. (1995). What's love got to do with it?: The interplay between low and excessive desire disorders. In R. C. Rosen & S. R. Leiblum (Eds.), Case studies in sex therapy ( pp. 46-64). New York: Guilford.

B-f Beckham, E. E. (1992). Predicting patient dropout in psychotherapy. Psychotherapy, 29, 177-182.

C Beech, C., & Brazier, D. (1996). Empathy for a real world. In R. Hutterer et al. (Eds.), o.c. (pp. 331-346).

K-c Bergantino, L. (1995). Invading the unconscious with the patient's own craziness to create "existential shift". Voices, 31(1), 18-22.

H Berghofer, G. (1996). Dealing with schizophrenia. A person-centered approach providing care to long-term patients in supported residential service in Vienna. In R. Hutterer et al. (Eds.), o.c. (pp. 481-493).

F-h Bierman, R. (1996-97). Focusing in therapy with incarcerated domestically violent men. The Folio. A Journal for Focusing and Experiential Therapy, 15(2), 47-58.

E Biermann-Ratjen, E.-M. (1996). On the way to a client-centered psychopathology. In R. Hutterer et al. (Eds.), o.c. (pp. 11-24).

F-m Bischoff, R. J., & McBride, A. (1996). Client perceptions of couples and family therapy. American Journal of Family Therapy, 24(2), 117-128.

C-b Bohart, A. (1995). Mr. Lake. Journal of Psychotherapy Integration, 5(2), 95-106.

C Bohart, A. (1995). Reflections on failure. Journal of Psychotherapy Integration, 5(2), 155-158.

A Bohart, A. C. (1995). The person-centered psychotherapies. In A. S. Gurman & S. B. Messer (Eds.), Essential psychotherapies: Theory and practice (pp. 85-127). New York: Guilford.

B Bohart, A. C. (1995). If we dance, who leads? The Person-centered Journal, 2(1), 35-37.

E Bohart, A. C. (1995). Configurationism: Constructivism from an experiential perspective. Journal of Constructivist Psychology, 8(4), 317-326.

B-j Bohart, A., & Greenberg, L. S. (Eds.). (1997). Empathy reconsidered: New directions in psychotherapy. Washington, D.C.: A.P.A.

B Bohart, A. C., & Rosenbaum, R. (1995). The dance of empathy: Empathy, diversity, and technical eclecticism. The Person-centered Journal, 2(1), 5-29.

F-c Bohart, A. C. et. al. (1996). Experiencing, knowing, and change. In R. Hutterer et al. (Eds.), o.c. (pp. 199-211).

C-j Bohart, A. C., & Tallman, K. (1996). The active client: Therapy as self-help. Journal of Humanistic Psychology, 36(3), 7-30.

J-k Bongar, B., & Beutler, L. E. (1995). Comprehensive textbook of psychotherapy. Theory and practice. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

B Boswell, D. L., & Dodd, D. K. (1994). Balance theory: A social psychological explanation of the therapeutic value of unconditional positive regard. Journal of Psychology, 128(1), 101-109.

C-b Bower, D. (1994). Transcript of therapy session. The Person-centered Journal, 1(3), 78-88.

L Boy, A.V., & Pine, G. J. (1995). Child-centered counseling and psychotherapy. Springfield, IL.: Charles C Thomas.

A Bozarth, J. D. (1995). Person-centered therapy: A misunderstood paradigmatic difference? The Person-centered Journal, 2(2), 12-17.

O-n Bozarth, J. D. (1996). Designated facilitators in person-centered community groups: unnecessary and insufficient. Renaissance, 13(2, 3 & 4, with comments by K. Newton).

B-a Bozarth, J. D. (1996). The integrative statement of Carl R. Rogers. In R. Hutterer et al. (Eds.), o.c. (pp. 25-33).

B Bozarth, J. D. (1996). Client-centered therapy and techniques. In R. Hutterer et al. (Eds.), o.c. (pp. 363-368).

H-c Bozarth, J. D. (1996). Reflections and reactions to Carl R. Rogers with Mr. Vac: Implications for future therapeutic interactions with severely disturbed clients. In R. Hutterer et al. (Eds.), o.c. (pp. 495-498).

E-b Bozarth, J. D. (1996). A theoretical reconceptualization of the necessary and sufficient conditions for therapeutic personality change. The Person-centered Journal, 3(1), 44-51.

C-h Bozarth, J. D. (1996). A silent young man. The case of Jim Brown. In B. A. Farber, D. C. Brink, & P. M. Raskin (Eds.), o.c. (pp. 240-250).

A Bozarth, J. (1997). The person-centred approach. In C. Feltham (Ed.), Which psychotherapy? Leading exponents explain their differences. London: Sage.

N-f Braaten, L. J. (1994). Person-centered group psychotherapy: Theoretical and empirical contributions. Blindern: Publikasjoner fra Psykologisk institutt.

N-o Braaten, L. (1996). A person-centered perspective on leadership and team-building. Unpublished manuscript, University of Oslo.

E Braaten, L. (1996). Competition and solidarity: An evolving person-centered model for self development based upon theory and empirical research. In U. Esser, H. Pabst, & G.-W. Speierer (Eds.), o.c. (pp. 91-106).

L-j Brems, C. (1993). A comprehensive guide to child psychotherapy. Boston: Allyn & Bacon.

F-j Brent, D. A., Roth, C. M., Holder, D. P., Kolko, D. J., et-al. (1996). Psychosocial interventions for treating adolescent suicidal depression: A comparison of three psychosocial interventions. In E. D. Hibbs & P. S. Jensen (Eds.), Psychosocial treatments for child and adolescent disorders: Empirically based strategies for clinical practice (pp. 187-206). Washington: American Psychological Association.

K-j Breshgold, E., & Zahm, S. (1992). A case for the integration of self psychology developmental theory into the practice of Gestalt therapy. Gestalt Journal, 15(1), 61-93.

F-b Brink, D. C., & Farber, B. A. (1996). A scheme of Rogers' clinical responses. In B. A. Farber, D. C. Brink, & P. M. Raskin (Eds.), o.c. (pp. 15-24).

F-b Brodley, B. T. (1994). Some observations of Carl Rogers' behavior in therapy interviews. The Person-centered Journal, 1(2), 37-47.

B Brodley, B. T. (1995). Congruence and its relation to communication in client-centered therapy and the person-centered approach. Unpublished manuscript, Chicago.

B Brodley, B. T. (1995). Meanings and implications of the nondirective attitude in client-centered therapy. Unpublished manuscript, Illinois School of Professional Psychology, Chicago.

B Brodley, B. T. (1996). Empathic understanding and feelings in client-centered therapy. The Person-centered Journal, 3(1), 22-30.

C-b Brodley, B. T. (1996). Uncharacteristic directiveness. Rogers and the "Anger and hurt" client. In B. A. Farber, D. C. Brink, & P. M. Raskin (Eds.), o.c. (pp. 310-321).

B Brodley, B. T., & Brody, A. (1996). Can one use techniques and still be client-centered? In R. Hutterer et al. (Eds.), o.c. (pp. 369-374).

K Brown, J., & Mowbray, R. (1994). Primal Integration. In D. Jones (Ed.), Innovative therapy: A handbook (pp. 13-27). Buckingham, England: Open University Press.

K-g Browne-Miller, A. (1993). Gestalting addiction: The addiction-focused group therapy of Dr. Richard Louis Miller. Norwood: Ablex.

C Buck, D. R. (1996). Person-centered counseling in action. The Person-centered Journal, 3(1), 55-62.

I-n Buckroyd, J. (1994). Eating disorders as psychosomatic illness: The implications for treatment. Psychodynamic Counselling, 1(1), 106-118.

O-c Buckwalter, D. (1996). Ghosts in the garden and other curiosities. Renaissance, 13(3), 6-7.

K Bugental, J. F. T., & McBeath, B. (1995). Depth existential therapy: Evolution since World War II. In B. M. Bongar & L. E. Beutler (Eds.), Comprehensive textbook of psychotherapy: Theory and practice. Oxford textbooks in clinical psychology. Vol. 1. (pp. 111-122). New York: Oxford University Press.

K Bugental, J. F. T., & Sterling, M., (1995). Existential-humanistic psychotherapy: New perspectives. In A. S. Gurman & S. B. Messer (Eds.), Essential psychotherapies: Theory and practice (pp. 226-260). New York: Guilford.

D-c Bundschuh-Müller, K. (1996). Bringing in the body's wisdom. A focusing based assertiveness training for women and other human beings. The Folio. A Journal for Focusing and Experiential Therapy, 15(1), 79-83.

K-b Burns, D. D., & Auerbach, A. '1996). Therapeutic empathy in cognitive-behavioral therapy: Does it really make a difference? In P. M. Salkovskis (Ed.), Frontiers of cognitive therapy (pp. 135-164). New York: Guilford Press.

K-e Cahalan, W. (1995). The Earth is our real body: Cultivating ecological groundedness in Gestalt therapy. Gestalt Journal, 18(1), 87-113.

C Cain, D. J. (1996). Case approach to person-centered therapy. A person-centered therapist's perspective on Ruth. In G. Corey, Case approach to counseling and psychotherapy (4th ed.). Pacific Grove: Brooks/Cole.

C-b Cain, D. J. (1996). Rogers and Sylvia. An intimate and affirming encounter. In B. A. Farber, D. C. Brink, & P. M. Raskin (Eds.), o.c. (pp. 275-283).

F-b Cape, J. D. (1996). Psychological treatment of emotional problems by general practitioners. British Journal of Medical Psychology, 69(2), 85-99.

L-g Carroll, J. (1995). Reaching out to aggressive children. British Journal of Social Work, 25(1), 37-53.

L Carroll, J. (1995). Non-directive play therapy with bereaved children. In S. C. Smith & M. Pennells (Eds.), Interventions with bereaved children (pp. 68-83). London, England: Jessica Kingsley.

K-e Carter, J. D. (1994). Psychopathology, sin, and the DSM : Convergence and divergence. Journal of Psychology and Theology, 22(4), 277-285.

K-b Cautela, J. R. (1996). Training the client to be empathetic. In J. R. Cautela & W. Ishaq (Eds.), Contemporary issues in behavior therapy: Improving the human condition. Applied clinical psychology (pp. 337-353). New York: Plenum Press.

Q-o Center for Studies of the Person (1996). Journey into Community. Videotape, La Jolla.

K-e Chessick, R. D. (1996). Heidegger's "authenticity" in the psychotherapy of adolescents. American Journal of Psychoqtherapy, 50, 208-216.

P-f Cilliers, F. (1996). Facilitator training in South Africa. In R. Hutterer et al. (Eds.), o.c. (pp. 547-555).

K-e Ciornai, S. (1995). The importance of the background in Gestalt therapy. Gestalt Journal, 18(2), 7-34.

Q-c Cissna, K. N., & Anderson, R. (1994). The 1957 Martin-Buber-Carl Rogers dialogue, as dialogue. Journal of Humanistic Psychology, 34(1), 11-45.

K-f Clance, P. R., Thompson, M. B., Simerly, D. E., & Weiss, A. (1994). The effects of the Gestalt approach on body image. Gestalt Journal, 17(1), 95-114.

J-l Clark, A. J. (1993). The defense never rests. In L. B. Golden & M. L. Norwood (Eds.), Case studies in child counseling (pp. 13-26). New York: Merrill/Macmillan.

F-c Clarke, K. M. (1996). Change processes in a creation of meaning event. Journal of Consulting and Clinical psychology, 64, 465-470.

G Clarke, P. T. (1994). A person-centred approach to stress management. British Journal of Guidance and Counselling, 22(1), 27-37.

K Clarkson, P. (1991). Gestalt counselling in action. London: Sage.

K Clarkson, P. (1991). Gestalt is changing. 1. From the past to the present Britisch Gestalt Journal, 1, 87-93.

K-b Clarkson, P. (1995). The therapeutic relationship. London: Whurr.

K-q Clarkson, P., & Mackewn, E. (1993). Frits Perls. London: Sage.

J-k Clarkson, P., & Pokorny, M. (1994). The handbook of psychotherapy. London: Routledge.

K Clarkson, P., & Gilbert, M. (1996). Transactional analysis. In W. Dryden (Ed.), Handbook of Individual Therapy. London: Sage.

H-d Coffeng, T. (1996). Experiential and pre-experiential therapy for multiple trauma. In U. Esser, H. Pabst, & G.-W. Speierer (Eds.), o.c. (pp. 185-204).

H Coffeng, R. (1996). The delicate approach to early trauma. In R. Hutterer et al. (Eds.), o.c. (pp. 499-511).

O-f Coghlan, D. (1994). Research as a process of change: action science in organizations. IBAR - Irish Business and Administrative Research, 15, 119-130.

O-j Coghlan, D., & McIlduff, E. (1995). Process consultation and the person-centered approach: Schein and Rogers on the helping process. Organization development Journal, 13(3), 45-56.

B Cohen, J. (1994). Empathy toward client perception of therapist intent: Evaluating one's person-centeredness. The Person-centered Journal, 1(3), 4-10.

O-f Cohen, J., & Wilkes, C. A. (1995). Group participant intent at a person-centered workshop. Renaissance, 12(4), 1-4.

F-l Cohen, J. A., & Mannarino, A. P. (1996). A treatment outcome study for sexually abused preschool children: Initial findings. Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 35(1), 42-50. [Errata: see 35(2), 835]

K Cohn, H. W. (1997). Existential thought and therapeutic practice. An introduction to existential psychotherapy. London: Sage.

K-c Cole, P. (1994). Resistance to awareness: A Gestalt therapy perspective. Gestalt Journal, 17(1), 71-94.

K Congress, E. P. (1996). Gestalt theory and social work treatment. In F. J. Turner (Ed.), Social work treatment: Interlocking theoretical approaches (4th ed.) (pp. 341-361). New York: Free Press.

P-j Connor, M. (1994). Training the counsellor, an integrative model. London: Routledge.

N-j Corey, G. (1995). Theory and practice of group counseling (4th ed.). Pacific Grove: Brooks/Cole.

J-k Corey, G. (1996). Theory and practice of counseling and psychotherapy (5th ed.). Pacific Grove: Brooks/Cole.

B-p Cormier, W. H., & Cormier, (1991). Interviewing strategies for helpers. Belmont, CA.: Brooks/Cole.

O-b Cramer, D. (1996). Mental health and the core conditions. In R. Hutterer et al. (Eds.), o.c. (pp. 375-381).

F-j Craske, M. G., Maidenberg, E., & Bystritsky, A. (1995). Brief cognitive behavioral versus nondirective therapy for panic disorder. Journal of Behavior Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry, 26(2), 113-120.

K-l Crompton, M. (1992). Children and counselling. London: Edward Arnold Publishers.

E Curtin, K. A. (1996). Similarities between Rousseau's discourse on the origins of inequality among men and concepts in person-centered counseling. The Person-centered Journal, 3(1), 15-21.

K-m Cusinato, M., & L'Abate, L. (1994). A spiral model of intimacy. In S. M. Johnson & L. S. Greenberg (Eds.), o.c. (pp. 108-123).

N-k Dalal, F. (1995). Conductor interventions: To "do" or to "be"? Group Analysis, 28(4), 379-393.

K-c Daldrup, R. J., Engle, D., Holiman, M., & Beutler, L. E. (1994). The intensification and resolution of blocked affect in an experiential psychotherapy. British Journal of Clinical Psychology, 33, 129-142.

M-f Dandeneau, M. L., & Johnson, S. M. (1994). Facilitating intimacy: Interventions and effects. Journal of Marital and Family Therapy, 20, 17-33.

K-c Davidove, D. (1991). Loss of ego functions, conflict, and resistance. Gestalt Journal, 14(2), 27-43.

K Davidove, D. M. (1994). Gestalt therapy. In J. L. Ronch, W. Van Ornum, & N. C. Stilwell (Eds.), The counseling sourcebook: A practical reference on contemporary issues (pp. 17-27). New York: Crossroad Publishing.

E-f DeCarvalho, R. J. (1989). Contributions to the history of psychology: LVII. Carl Rogers' naturalistic system of ethics. Psychological Reports, 65, 1155-1162.

J-b Demos, J. N. (1995). Creating resonance within the therapeutic bond: Empathy and transference as covert transmissions. Voices, 31(1), 90-98.

D-a Depestele, F. (1994). Speaking out. The Folio. A Journal for Focusing and Experiential Therapy, 13(3), V-IX.

A Depestele, F. (1995). In defense of the name 'Experiential Therapy'. Unpublished manuscript, Aarschot, Belgium.

D-q Depestele, F. (1996). Primary bibliography of Eugene T. Gendlin. Tijdschrift voor Psychotherapie, 22, 47-63. [Also in: The Folio. A Journal for Focusing and Experiential Therapy, 1996-97, 15(2), 65-81]

K-e De Waele, M. (1996). A process view of the self. Britisch Journal of Medical Psychology, 69, 229-311.

C-b Dingman, R. E. (1996). Client-centered therapy and undivided attention. The case of Mary Jane Tilden. In B. A. Farber, D. C. Brink, & P. M. Raskin (Eds.), o.c. (pp. 200-210).

Q-e Dolliver, R. H. (1995). Carl Rogers's personality theory and psychotherapy as a reflection of his life experience and personality. Journal of Humanistic Psychology, 35(4), 111-128.

C-q Dolliver, R. H. (1995). Carl Rogers's emphasis on his own direct experience. Journal of Humanistic Psychology, 35(4), 129-139.

K Donington, L. (1994). Core Process Psychotherapy. In D. Jones (Ed.), Innovative therapy: A handbook (pp. 51-68). Buckingham, England: Open University Press.

L Doster, F. (1996). An inquiry into child-centered therapy. The Person-centered Journal, 3(1), 72-77.

E-k Drewery, W., & Monk, G. (1994). Some reflections on the therapeutic power of poststructuralism. International Journal for the Advancement of Counselling, 17(4), 303-313.

K-p Dryden, W. (Ed.). (1992). Hard-earned lessons from counselling in action. London: Sage. (with contributions of D. Mearns, E. van Deurzen-smith, J. Rowan).

F-b Duan, C., & Hill, C. E. (1996). The current state of empathy research. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 43(3), 261-274.

F-c Duncan, B. L., & Moynihan, D. W. (1994). Applying outcome research: Intentional utilization of the client's frame of reference. Psychotherapy, 31(2), 294-301.

K Du Plock, S. (1996). The existential-phenomenological movement: 1834-1995. In W. Dryden (Ed.), Developments in psychotherapy. Historical perspectives. London: Sage.

F-d Durak, G. M., Bernstein, R., & Gendlin, E. T. (1996-97). Effects of focusing training on therapy process and outcome. The Folio. A Journal for Focusing and Experiential Therapy, 15(2), 7-14.

H-f Eckert, J., & Wuchner, M. (1996). Long-term development of borderline personality disorder. In R. Hutterer et al. (Eds.), o.c. (pp. 213-233).

K-j Egan, G. (1994). The skilled helper: A problem-management approach to helping (5th ed.). Pacific Grove: Brooks/Cole.

J Ellingham, I. (1996). Person-centred versus psychodynamic counselling. In S. Palmer, S. Dainow,, & P. Milner (Eds.), Counselling. The BAC counselling reader. London: Sage.

L Ellinwood, C. G., & Raskin, N. J. (1993). Client-centered/humanistic psychotherapy. In T. R. Kratochwill & R. J. Morris (Eds.), Handbook of psychotherapy with children and adolescents (pp. 258-287). Boston: Allyn & Bacon.

F Elliott, R. (1994). Alternative prescriptions for integrating psychotherapy with psychology. Journal of Psychotherapy Integration, 4(1), 47-53.

F Elliott, R. (1996). Are client-centered/experiential therapies effective? A meta-analysis of outcome research. In U. Esser, H. Pabst, & G.-W. Speierer (Eds.), o.c. (pp. 125-138).

A Elliott, R., & Greenberg, L. (1995). Experiential therapy in practice: The process-experiential approach. In B. M. Bongar & L. E. Beutler (Eds.), Comprehensive textbook of psychotherapy: Theory and practice. Oxford textbooks in clinical psychology, Vol. 1. (pp. 123-139). New York: Oxford University Press.

F-c Elliott, R., & Wexler, M. M. (1994). Measuring of impact of sessions in process-experiential therapy of depression: The session impacts scale. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 41, 166-174.

G-f Elliott, R. et al. (1996). A process-experiential approach to post-traumatic stress disorder. In R. Hutterer et al. (Eds.), o.c. (pp. 235-254).

F Elliott, R., & Morrow-Bradley, C. (1994). Developing a working marriage between psychotherapists and psychotherapy researchers: Identifying shared purposes. In P. F. Talley, H. H. Strupp, & S. F. Butler, Psychotherapy research and practice. Bridging the gap (pp. 124-142). New York: Basic Books.

B-c Ellis, J., & Zimring, F. (1994). Two therapists and a client. The Person-centered Journal, 1(2), 79-92.

K-f Engle, D., Saivio, M.-A., & Beutler, L. E. (1995). Analysis of an expressive psychotherapy session using the structured analysis of social behavior. In J. Siegfried (Ed.), Therapeutic and everyday discourse as behavior change: Towards a micro-analysis in psychotherapy process research (pp. 167-187). Norwood, NJ.: Ablex.

A Esser, U., Pabst, H., & Speierer, G.-W. (Eds.). (1996). The power of the person-centered approach. New challenges, perspectives, answers. Köln: GwG.

K Fantz, R. E. (1996). Case approach to Gestalt therapy. A Gestalt therapist's perspective on Ruth. In G. Corey, Case approach to counseling and psychotherapy (4th ed.). Pacific Grove: Brooks/Cole.

C-b Farber, B. A., Brink, D. C., & Raskin, P. M. (Eds.). (1996). The psychotherapy of Carl Rogers. Cases and commentary. New York: Guilford.

K-n Feder, B., & Ronall, R. (Eds.). (1994). Beyond the hot seat. Gestalt Approaches to Group. Highland: Gestalt Journal Press.

K-i Feil, N. (1993). The validation breakthrough. Simple techniques for communicating with people with "Alzheimer's type demention". Baltimore: Health professions press.

J-e Feist, J. (1994). Theories of personality (3rd ed.). Ft Worth: Harcourt Brace.

K-e Feltham, C. (1996). Philosophy and psychotherapy. London: Sage.

K-j Feltham, C. (1996). "What is counselling", the promise and problem of the talking therapies. London: Sage.

I-b Ferber, G. M. (1995). An empathy-supporting approach to the treatment of infertile women. Psychotherapy, 32(3), 437-442.

K-e Fewtrell, D., & O'Connor, K. (1994). Clinical phenomenology and cognitive psychology. London: Routledge.

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