The effects of young schema domains, young maladaptive coping styles, and young parenting styles on working alliance among supervisors, therapists, and the clients

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2014
Köse Karaca, Bahar
In the current study, the aim was to measure the effects of Young schema domains, Young maladaptive coping styles, and Young parenting styles on working alliance among supervisors, therapists, and the clients. Participants were eight supervisors (clinical psychology doctorate students), twelve therapists (clinical psychology master students), and four clients (applicants to AYNA Psychotherapy Unit). In order to measure working alliance, two types of measurement based on qualitative (open ended questions and relational circles (developed by the researcher) and quantitative (Working alliance inventory/supervisor-therapist and therapist-client forms) methods were used. According to results, a relationship between Young schemas, parent styles, and coping styles and working alliance was found among supervisors, therapists, and clients. Associations were discussed in line with Schema Theory.
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B. Köse Karaca, “The effects of young schema domains, young maladaptive coping styles, and young parenting styles on working alliance among supervisors, therapists, and the clients,” Ph.D. - Doctoral Program, 2014.