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Therapeutic alliance: Effect on therapeutic process

Dr Trisha Stratford

This study established that therapy has a positive impact on the physiology of clients and also found that the self-reported subjective measure of therapeutic alliance (TA) contradicted the physiological outcome. Results suggest that physiological data collected during therapy is a more accurate barometer of the therapeutic alliance forming and the client’s experience of therapy. These research findings suggest a need for further research identifying physiological markers in clients with a variety of mental health disorders.


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Dr Trisha Stratford

Dr Trisha Stratford is a registered Clinical Neuropsychotherapist and Clinical Supervision Supervisor. She has a PhD in neuroscience where she established that the therapeutic alliance exists as a neurophysiological level, a Masters in Psychotherapy, Masters in Counselling and trained as a Psychosynthesis Psychotherapist. Trisha lectures in Neuroscience and she also lectures at ACAP. She has a private clinical practice in Sydney, she is interested in levels of consciousness and the therapeutic process. Trisha has experience in hostage negotiation and has worked with groups and individuals in war torn countries in Africa, Middle East and Bosnia. She has also worked with Indigenous communities in Queensland.

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