Process Based Therapy case article received the Psyche Award for Most Valuable Paper – Journal of Contemporary Psychotherapy

“Process-based therapy is a model of psychological assessment and treatment designed to target processes of change most relevant to a client’s problems and well-being, in their specific context, using evidence-based strategies, regardless of theoretical provenance. This case study describes such a process-based approach wherein the therapist develops a treatment plan using empirically driven networks and selects treatment kernels based on target processes of change. It is one of the first published demonstrations of how to use process-based therapy with a client, explaining each step in treatment.”

Congratulations to: Clarissa Ong, Ph.D., Stefan Hofmann, Ph.D. and Steven C. Hayes, Ph.D.