Child, Caregiver, and Therapist Perspectives on Therapeutic Alliance in Usual Care Child Psychotherapy


The primary aim of this exploratory study was to examine the stability and cross-informant agreement of child and caregiver alliance across 16 months of psychotherapy, using multiple informants on alliance.

Therapists tended to rate alliance lower than children and caregivers. Picture: Adobe Stock/posed by models
Therapists tended to rate alliance lower than children and caregivers. Picture: Adobe Stock/posed by models

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