RLT Case Study
written by Susan Connor, Research Associate
While case studies do not meet the criteria for ESTs (Empirically Supported Treatments), they do help a method of therapy reach new audiences, and provide stimulus for discussion and analysis. Simply being able to refer to an article published in a peer reviewed journal helps a model gain validity within academic and professional spheres.
Case studies can:
A case study of treatment of a couple by an RLT therapist requires:
Note: If the current case does not provide adequate material for a case review it is unknown when we will be able to obtain a full course of therapy by either Terry Real or another RLT therapist. We are hopeful that recorded material from couples enrolled in the outcome study may provide case study material, but that is to be determined.