Stephen R Shirk
Affiliation: University of Denver
- Alliance and outcome in cognitive-behavioral therapy for adolescent depressionStephen R Shirk
Department of Psychology, University of Denver, Denver, CO 80210, USA
J Clin Child Adolesc Psychol 37:631-9. 2008..26). Results are discussed in the context of differential alliance-outcome relations in prior studies of cognitive-behavioral compared to nonbehavioral therapy with children and adolescents...
- Prediction of treatment outcome from relationship variables in child and adolescent therapy: a meta-analytic reviewStephen R Shirk
Department of Psychology, University of Denver, Colorado 80208, USA
J Consult Clin Psychol 71:452-64. 2003..Recommendations for future process research on the therapeutic relationship in child psychotherapy are offered...
- Links among attachment-related cognitions and adolescent depressive symptomsStephen R Shirk
Department of Psychology, University of Denver, CO 80208, USA
J Clin Child Adolesc Psychol 34:172-81. 2005..Findings are discussed in terms of the identification of proximal targets for intervention...
- The alliance in child and adolescent psychotherapyStephen R Shirk
Department of Psychology, University of Denver Denver, CO 80208, USA
Psychotherapy (Chic) 48:17-24. 2011..eating disorders) significantly moderated alliance-outcome associations. Limitations of the research and implications for therapeutic practice are discussed...
- Therapist strategies for building involvement in cognitive-behavioral therapy for adolescent depressionNathaniel J Jungbluth
Department of Psychology, University of Denver, Denver, CO, USA
J Consult Clin Psychol 77:1179-84. 2009..Implications for implementing evidence-based treatments are discussed...
- Subtypes of rumination in adolescence: associations between brooding, reflection, depressive symptoms, and copingRebecca A Burwell
Department of Psychology, Westfield State College, 577 Western Avenue, Westfield, MA 01086, USA
J Clin Child Adolesc Psychol 36:56-65. 2007..These results suggest that not all types of self-focus on emotion contribute to the maintenance or intensification of depressive symptoms...