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Title: Commentary: Rupture repair as a transtheoretical corrective experience
Authors: Eubanks, Catherine F.
Sergi, Joey
Samstag, Lisa Wallner
Muran, J. Christopher
Keywords: compassion
therapeutic alliance
patients' attitudes
alliance rupture resolution
alliance ruptures
Issue Date: 2021
Publisher: Wiley online
Citation: Eubanks, C. F., Sergi, J., Samstag, L. W., & Muran, J. C. (2021). Commentary: Rupture repair as a transtheoretical corrective experience. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 77(2), 457–466.
Series/Report no.: Journal of Clinical Psychology;77(2)
Abstract: This commentary highlights common principles shared across the diverse clinical case examples featured in this In Session issue on Rupture Repair in Practice. We discuss the importance of therapists recognizing subtle signs of rupture and responding to ruptures with curiosity and compassion. We also consider how therapists can use repair strategies responsively to facilitate a corrective experience for the patient. We explore the ways in which the specific resolution strategy of linking a rupture to larger interpersonal patterns can benefit the therapeutic process, and the ways in which it can constitute a form of avoidance. We conclude by noting promising future directions and celebrating the generosity evidenced by these insightful authors' willingness to share and explore challenging moments in therapy. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
Description: Scholarly article
ISSN: ISSN: 0021-9762, 1097-4679
Appears in Collections:Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology: Faculty Publications

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