Effects of Direct and Paradoxical Instructions on Client and Relationship Variables in Brief Counseling

Book Review: Effects of Direct and Paradoxical Instructions on Client and Relationship Variables in Brief Counseling

Effects of Direct and Paradoxical Instructions on Client and Relationship Variables in Brief Counseling

publishedDate : 1980

authors : Frederick Gregory Lopez

publishers : University of Minnesota

pageCount : 400

The Effects of Paradoxical Directives in A Brief Counseling Situation

The paradoxical directives clearly influenced the decrease in procrastination over the experimental period. The finding that there was a significant difference between time one and time three on each scale of the dependent variables suggests that one of the initial effects of a paradoxical instruction is the “inhibition” or “upsetting” of …

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