La investigación sobre el proceso de cambio

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  • Leslie S. Greenberg

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.33898/rdp.v1i4.647

Palabras clave:

terapeutas, profesionales, paraprofesionales

Resumen

En una reciente revisión, Hattie, Sharpley y Rogers (1984) concluyeron que los pacientes tratados por terapeutas paraprofesionales mejoraban más que los tratados por terapeutas profesionales. Sin embargo, esta provocadora conclusión está basada en estudios y análisis estadísticos inapropiados. La presente revisión omitió los estudios problemáticos y organizó los datos de forma que permitieran una inferencia estadística válida. A diferencia de Hattie et al., encontramos que los terapeutas profesionales y los paraprofesionales en general eran igualmente eficaces. Nuestro análisis también sugirió que los profesionales pueden ser mejores en caso de tratamientos breves y pacientes de más edad, a pesar de que esas diferencias fueron pequeñas. Las actuales evidencias empíricas no indican que los paraprofesionales sean más eficaces, pero tampoco revelan una superioridad substancial para los terapeutas entrenados profesionalmente.

 

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1990-11-01

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S. Greenberg, L. . (1990). La investigación sobre el proceso de cambio. Revista De Psicoterapia, 1(4), 57–71. https://doi.org/10.33898/rdp.v1i4.647

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