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Título: Narrative change in emotion-focused therapy: How is change constructed through the lens of the innovative moments coding system?
Autor: Mendes, Inês
Ribeiro, António P.
Angus, Lynne
Greenberg, Leslie S.
Sousa, Inês
Gonçalves, Miguel M.
Data: 2010
Resumo: The aim of this study was to advance understanding of how clients construct their own process of change in effective therapy sessions. Toward this end, the authors applied a narrative methodological tool for the study of the change process in emotion-focused therapy (EFT), replicating a previous study done with narrative therapy (NT). The Innovative Moments Coding System (IMCS) was applied to three good-outcome and three poor-outcome cases in EFT for depression to track the innovative moments (IMs), or exceptions to the problematic self-narrative, in the therapeutic conversation. IMCS allows tracking of five types of IMs events: action, reflection, protest, reconceptualization, and performing change. The analysis revealed significant differences between the good-outcome and poor-outcome groups regarding reconceptualization and performing change IMs, replicating the findings from a previous study. Reconceptualization and performing change IMs seem to be vital in the change process.
Peer review: yes
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10400.24/437
DOI: 10.1080/10503307.2010.514960
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