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A general model of Psychotherapy Training (AMP)
Ein allgemeines Modell der Psychotherapieausbildung (AMP)
Project status: Completed
Faculty: Psychotherapy Science
Project leader: Univ.-Prof. Dr. Omar Gelo
Project runtime: 01.01.2010 - 31.12.2017
Research Focus:
  • Applied Psychotherapy Science Research
Topic:
  • Psychotherapy Training Research
Project leader:

Univ.-Prof. Dr. Omar Gelo (omar.gelo@sfu.ac.at

Project team:

Ansis Stabingis 

Cooperation partners:

Univ.-Prof. David Orlinsky, Chicago

Project runtime:

01.01.2010 - 31.12.2017

Grants:

keine

Description:

English
A General Model of Psychotherapy Training (AMP) is formulated, allowing the description of therapy method-independent general principals of Psychotherapy Training (input, process and output).
German
Ein Allgemeines Modell der Psychotherapieausbildung (AMP) wird formuliert, das erlauben sollte, die schulübergreifenden Hauptbestandteile jeder Psychotherapieausbildung (Input, Prozess und Output) zu beschreiben.
Quantitative, qualitative and mixed-methods in psychotherapy process, process-outcome, and change-process research: Methodology, methods and clinical results
Quantitative, qualitative und gemischte Ansätze in der psychotherapeutischen Prozess-, Prozess-Outcome- und Veränderungsprozess-Forschung: Methodologie, Forschungsmethoden und klinische Ergebnisse
Project status: Completed
Faculty: Psychotherapy Science
Project leader: Univ.-Prof. Dr. Omar Gelo
Project runtime: 01.01.2011 - 31.12.2018
Research Focus:
  • Applied Psychotherapy Science Research
Topic:
  • Research on the Psychotherapeutic Process
Project leader:

Univ.-Prof. Dr. Omar Gelo (omar.gelo@sfu.ac.at

Project team:

 

Cooperation partners:

Dr. Gloria Lagetto, Universität von Salento (IT); Dr. Stafano Blasi, Universität von Urbino (IT); Dr. Dan Pokorny, Unviersität Ulm (DE)

Project runtime:

01.01.2011 - 31.12.2018

Grants:

keine

Description:

English
Aim of the project is to systematically analyze and discuss the international scientific literature on psychotherapy process, process-outcome, and change-process research with regard of quantitative, qualitative and mixed-methods approaches. A specific focus is on:
(1) Methodology
(2) Methods
(3) Clinical results
German
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Ziel des Projektes ist es, die wissenschaftliche Literatur über Prozess-, Prozess-Outcome- und Veränderungsprozess-Forschung zu analysieren, darzustellen und zu diskutieren. Sowohl quantitative, wie auch qualitative und gemischte Forschungsansätze werden systematisch betrachtet, mit besonderer Bezugnahme auf die:
  • Methodologie
  • Forschungsmethoden
  • Klinische Ergebnisse

Hermeneutic Therapy Schools Research
Project status: Running
Faculty: Psychotherapy Science
Project leader: Univ.-Prof. DDr. Kurt Greiner; Ass.-Prof. MMag. Dr. Martin Jandl
Project runtime: 01.10.2008 - 01.05.2025
Research Focus:
  • Fundamental Psychotherapy Science Research
Topic:
  • Theory
Project leader:

Univ.-Prof. DDr. Kurt Greiner (kurt.greiner@sfu.ac.at); Ass.-Prof. MMag. Dr. Martin Jandl (martin.jandl@sfu.ac.at

Project team:

 

Cooperation partners:

Dr. Gerhard Burda

Project runtime:

01.10.2008 - 01.05.2025

Grants:

keine

Description:

English
Beside the important research endeavours fostered by SPR and done within the therapy schools, the research focal point of the Hermeneutic Therapy Schools Research is laid on the non-modality-specific, theory based analysis of modalities. This is set in work by application of the so called Therapy Schools Dialogue (TSD) and the intertwined philosophical analysis of modalities. TSD confronts two modalities in order to work out the implicitly working assumptions within the respective modality, and the philosophical analysis brings these insights in contact to well-known philosophical theories (e.g.., Freud’s psychoanalysis to Schopenhauer’s metaphysics of the will, Perls’ Gestalt theory to Sartre’s existentialism, etc).BA, MA, and PhD students can contribute to our scholarly work if they are interested and prepared to work highly theoretically in order to gain practically valid outcomes (this seemingly contradiction in terms is one of the stunning corner stones of TSD).