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The authors review the literature relevant to this transition anddescribe the nature of TA and how it may be utilised for improved treatment outcomes. In a recent conference, the power of non- together with other research across healthcare disciplines,specific effects, expectations, and therapeutic alliance were indicate that the expectancy-alliance-outcome mediationalidentified as emerging trends promising new directions chain is a general phenomenon, not limited to subgroups ofresearch on low back pain in primary care,1 reflecting a patients or modes of treatment.

In its simplest form it is described as the relationship In a recent Australian study exploring the therapeutic between a psychologist or psychotherapist and a patient, andalliance between physiotherapists and patients, Ferreria et it is regarded as important for the outcome of psychologicalal suggested that it is a significant predictor of response to therapy.

The conceptualization ofof global perceived effect of the type of intervention and the alliance that has been most prominent in individualfunctional outcomes. Differences were as large as 4 points on psychotherapy, proposed by E. Received 18 November , accepted 10 February Therapeutic alliance TA is a strong predictor of outcomes in individual psychotherapy across diverse treatment orientations and modalities.

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Findings indicate that clientsevaluated psychological treatments for Anorexia Nervosa, with weaker therapeutic alliance are more likely to dropBulimia Nervosa and Binge Eating Disorder and were out of psychotherapy. Exploratory analyses were conductedconducted in a primary care setting. High attrition and to determine the influence of variables moderating thenon-compliance rates are common among participants with relationship between alliance and dropout.

Client educationalthese syndromes. However the studies reviewed indicated history, treatment length, and treatment setting were foundthe importance of a strong therapeutic alliance between to moderate the relationship between alliance and dropout. Studies with lengthier treatmentsdysfluency.

Inpatient settings demonstrated significantly larger The results of interventions to enhance patient adherence effects than both counselling centres and research clinics. A recent study chose These findings have been recently replicated. Forty-six Implications for Therapy? The qualityof the therapeutic relationship was also enhanced.

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