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Analysis of a non-directive Case with Follow-up Interview, Journal of Abnormal and Social Psychology

Abstract

15 nondirective counseling interviews are presented in abridged form, with the verbatim follow-up interview one year later. The remarks show progress in acceptance of self, decrease of fantasy and inadequacy feelings, and increase of ability to cope with problems. Confirmation of the trend is obtained by graphing the Dollard and Mowrer Discomfort-Relief Quotients for each interview, showing temporary setbacks but gradual relief toward the end.

Type

Article

Author(s)

Sidney Levy

Date Published

1948

Citations

Levy, Sidney. 1948. Analysis of a non-directive Case with Follow-up Interview. Journal of Abnormal and Social Psychology. 43(1): 78-89.

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