Guided or Directed: How Therapists Describe Their Intervention Approach in an Inpatient Setting

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Abstract

Date Presented 4/1/2017

How do therapists describe their approach at the activity level of intervention? A guided approach maximizes client problem solving. A directed approach emphasizes the therapist's expertise or role. Results of a survey and focus group highlight the opportunities and constraints of each approach.

Primary Author and Speaker: Lynne Richard

Contributing Authors: Kinsuk Maitra, Ileana Herrin

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