We recognize that psychotherapy is an evolving field, and that the integration of new ideas, theories, and techniques is essential to advancing the efficacy of psychotherapeutic techniques. Our goal is to provide clinicians with the knowledge and tools necessary to deliver effective, evidence-informed treatments that emphasize client autonomy and their unique needs. Research in this field is vital to continue the development and implementation of innovative practices, allowing clinicians to better understand how they work and refine them for clients’ individual needs.
We have listed current research exploring innovative psychotherapeutic practices that have the potential to significantly change the way we approach treatment across the spectrum. By understanding the underlying mechanisms of these practices, researchers can continue to explore these new approaches and work to identify the most effective treatments for clients
Research in this field is vital to continue the development and implementation of innovative practices.
A randomized, controlled clinical trial is underway, specifically studying the effectiveness of Metacognitive Reflection and Insight Therapy (MERIT) for persons with Schizophrenia.
A research study explored the relationship between metacognition, personality functioning and domestic violence.