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A national survey of practicing psychologists' attitudes toward psychotherapy treatment manuals

A national survey of practicing psychologists' attitudes toward psychotherapy treatment manuals,10.1037//0022-006X.68.2.331,Journal of Consulting and

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    • ...For example, real-world therapists have voiced numerous concerns about the fit of EBTs into regular clinical practice (Addis & Krasnow, 2000; Addis, Wade, & Hatgis, 1999), and reports indicate important differences between client populations in research versus regular clinical care (Baker-Ericzen, Hurlburt, Brookman-Frazee, Jenkins, & Hough, 2009; Southam-Gerow, Chorpita, Miller, & Gleacher, 2008)...

    Alyssa M. Wardet al. Tracking Evidence Based Practice with Youth: Validity of the MATCH and...

    • ...Addis and Krasnow (2000) found wide variance in psychologists' attitudes toward and their knowledge about treatment manuals and that attitudes varied by practice setting and theoretical orientation...

    Marlys Staudtet al. A State Survey of Child Advocacy Center Therapists' Attitudes toward T...

    • ...attitudes towards EBPs and manualized treatments are that they do not allow providers to flexibly tailor individual interventions and they are not able to fully address the complexity of every day treatment cases (Addis and Krasnow 2000; Addis et al. 1999; Baumann et al. 2006; Nelson and Steele 2008; Nelson et al. 2006; Walrath et al. 2006)...
    • ...Finally, concerning theoretical orientation, there is evidence that suggests that therapists with a Cognitive, Behavioral, or Cognitive–Behavioral Orientation have more favorable attitudes than therapists with other theoretical orientations (Addis and Krasnow 2000; Nelson and Steele 2008; Stewart and Chambless 2007)...
    • ...Consistent with Nelson and Steele (2008) but inconsistent with Addis and Krasnow (2000), attitudes did not differ based on the primary clinical setting in which the therapist practices...
    • ...Further, inconsistent with past research (Addis and Krasnow 2000; Nelson and Steel 2008; Stewart and Chambless 2007), participants’ attitudes in the current study did not vary as a function of self-reported primary theoretical orientation...

    Brad J. NakamuraCharmaineet al. Knowledge of and Attitudes Towards Evidence-Based Practices in Communi...

    • ...First, Addis and Krasnow (2000) developed what we will refer to as the Attitudes Toward Psychotherapy Treatment Manuals (ATPTM)...

    Rindee G. P. Ashcraftet al. Measuring Practitioner Attitudes Toward Evidence-Based Treatments: A V...

    • ...Masters level training in areas such as social work, psychology, marriage and family therapy, and nursing (Addis and Krasnow 2000; Hurlburt et al. 2002; Weersing et al. 2002)...
    • ...A number of studies have found that therapists tend to perceive manualized interventions as not having sufficient breadth to address the complex needs of families served in CB mental health care settings (Addis and Krasnow 2000; Hurlburt et al. 2003)...

    Michael S. HurlburtAnnet al. Child and Family Therapy Process: Concordance of Therapist and Observa...

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