Therapeutic Relationship q's

What are Bordin's (1979) 3 features of the working alliance?
Agreement on goals, Assignment of tasks, Development of bonds
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What is the person-centred approach Rogers (1957)?
All people have desire to grow and self actualise, therapy can provide a positive environement for someone to meet own goals. Therapists ability to be ampathic, congruent and love client conditionally essential and sufficient for therapist gains.
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How do you develop a good alliance?
1) Core conditions: empathy, congruence, unconditional positive regard 2)Explicit about diff aspects of alliance: Goals, Tasks, Bonds 3) Transference 4) Countertransference
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What did McMain and Boritz (2015) find?
Traits of BPD e.g. 'interpersonal sensitivity' and 'reactivity' elicit countertherapeutic reactions. Alliance can help reduce emtional arousal response.
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What are Saffran's (1990) 2 types of ruptures?
1) Disagreement on tasks and goals 2) Problems with relational bond
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What does the evidence suggest is the most important factor?
Jones (1988) Empathy
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