Theory and Practice of Counseling and Psychotherapy Reviewer Theory and Practice of Counseling and Psychotherapy Reviewer 8 August Psychology The unconscious stores all experiences, memories, and repressed materials.
No — None that this reviewer is aware of. Acknowledged No — no comment. Please write additional suggestions or comments below. If applicable, please indicate the page and line numbers from the draft report. We have clarified the number of articles being described. Next, on page 5 line 16 is a description of findings from the systematic reviews of sessions but I thought the focus was on brief interventions?
The reference to sessions has been deleted so that the focus of this section of the Executive Summary is exclusively on brief psychotherapies. Line 21 then talks about a meta-analysis of 6 trials. Where did 6 come from?
This sentence was reworded to indicate that the 6 trials were a subset of CBT trials that we examined. Line 8 page 6—What about the other systematic review?
Any data on number of sessions from it? The other systematic review was limited exclusively to brief psychotherapies, so no comparison could be made between brief psychotherapies and standard-length psychotherapies. Page 8, lines 2 and 3 contain information that should be presented earlier in the Results section perhaps page 5 first paragraph.
This limitation should still be discussed in the conclusions. This information is now also presented early in the Results section of the Executive Summary.
Page 14 lines 9 on—This paragraph needs to be clearer and for clarity, each search strategy should probably have its own paragraph. I believe lines belong in the Results section. Separate paragraphs have been created to enhance clarity, and the referenced lines have been moved to appropriate places in the Results section.
Data Synthesis—Clarify what you mean in line 20 page Which findings are you summarizing—the unique studies or the reviews findings? We have clarified that we summarize in narrative form the systematic review findings. On page 22 line 5 the 2 systematic reviews are described and the authors identify 7 articles that are relevant to the review.
Next, on page 24 line 1, the authors describe a systematic review including 34 studies but imply, not clearly however, that 14 of them contribute to the KQ addressed in this review. How did you get from 34 articles to the 9 articles described on page 23 and in Figure 2?
How many came from the Cape review? The entire paragraph describing the Cape review needs to be clarified. The reason for this discrepancy is that the Cuijpers review was described on page 22, while the Cape review was described on page Lines are already in Methods.
This section has been modified to parallel our description results for the systematic review search. Lines on page 25 are helpful.Psychotherapy is a type of treatment for a variety of mental disorders that has been used in psychology for decades.
This article will cover what psychotherapy is and how it . PubMed Health. A service of the National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health. Nieuwsma JA, Trivedi RB, McDuffie J, et al. Brief Psychotherapy for Depression in Primary Care: A Systematic Review of the Evidence [Internet].
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