‘Do you practice what you preach?’ A qualitative exploration of therapists' personal practice of compassion focused therapy.
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AbstractBackground Therapists' personal practice of therapy techniques can impact on a range of areas, including: empathy for the client, therapeutic understanding, therapist skills and self-awareness. Compassion Focused Therapy (CFT) draws extensively on personal practice during training, and on-going personal practice is encouraged. However, the impact of this has not been examined.
CitationGale, C. et al (2017) '‘Do You Practice What You Preach?’ A Qualitative Exploration of Therapists' Personal Practice of Compassion Focused Therapy', Clinical Psychology & Psychotherapy, 24 (1):171 .
JournalClinical Psychology & Psychotherapy
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