An integrative complexity analysis of cognitive behaviour therapy sessions for borderline personality disorder.
- Published Article
Psychology and psychotherapy
- Publication Date
Dec 01, 2007
Therapists may overcompensate for patient's poor outcome by giving more complex explanations to patients. Higher complexity does not necessarily lead to better outcomes.
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