Do therapies designated as empirically supported treatments for specific disorders produce outcomes superior to non-empirically supported treatment therapies?

Bruce E Wampold, Thomas H Ollendick, Neville John King

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Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationEvidence-Based Practices in Mental Health: Debate and Dialogue on the Fundamental Questions
EditorsJohn Norcross, Larry Beutler, Ronald Levant
Place of PublicationWashington USA
PublisherAmerican Psychological Association
Pages299 - 328
Number of pages21
ISBN (Print)1-59147-290-3
Publication statusPublished - 2006

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Wampold, B. E., Ollendick, T. H., & King, N. J. (2006). Do therapies designated as empirically supported treatments for specific disorders produce outcomes superior to non-empirically supported treatment therapies? In J. Norcross, L. Beutler, & R. Levant (Eds.), Evidence-Based Practices in Mental Health: Debate and Dialogue on the Fundamental Questions (pp. 299 - 328). Washington USA: American Psychological Association.
Wampold, Bruce E ; Ollendick, Thomas H ; King, Neville John. / Do therapies designated as empirically supported treatments for specific disorders produce outcomes superior to non-empirically supported treatment therapies?. Evidence-Based Practices in Mental Health: Debate and Dialogue on the Fundamental Questions. editor / John Norcross ; Larry Beutler ; Ronald Levant. Washington USA : American Psychological Association, 2006. pp. 299 - 328
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Do therapies designated as empirically supported treatments for specific disorders produce outcomes superior to non-empirically supported treatment therapies? / Wampold, Bruce E; Ollendick, Thomas H; King, Neville John.

Evidence-Based Practices in Mental Health: Debate and Dialogue on the Fundamental Questions. ed. / John Norcross; Larry Beutler; Ronald Levant. Washington USA : American Psychological Association, 2006. p. 299 - 328.

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Wampold BE, Ollendick TH, King NJ. Do therapies designated as empirically supported treatments for specific disorders produce outcomes superior to non-empirically supported treatment therapies? In Norcross J, Beutler L, Levant R, editors, Evidence-Based Practices in Mental Health: Debate and Dialogue on the Fundamental Questions. Washington USA: American Psychological Association. 2006. p. 299 - 328