Thursday, March 08, 2007


Elliott, R., Stiles, W., Shiffman, S., Barker, C. B., Burstein, B., & Goodman, G. (1982). Empirical analysis of help- intended communication: Framework and recent research. In T. A. Wills (Ed.), Basic processes in helping relationships. New York: Academic Press.

Elliott, R. (1984). A discovery-oriented approach to significant change events in psychotherapy: Interpersonal Process Recall and Comprehensive Process Analysis. In L.N. Rice & L. Greenberg (Eds.), Patterns of Change, New York: Guilford.

Elliott, R. (1986). Interpersonal Process Recall (IPR) for psychotherapy process research. In L. Greenberg & W. Pinsof (Eds.), Handbook of Psychotherapy Process Research (pp. 503-527). New York: Guilford.

Shapiro, D.A., Firth, J., Stiles, W., Elliott, R., & Llewelyn, S.P. (1987). Process-outcome research strategy: The Sheffield Psychotherapy Project. In W. Huber (Ed.), Progress in psychotherapy research: Selected papers from the 2nd European Conference on Psychotherapy Research (pp. 651-676). Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium: Presses Universitaires de Louvain.

Elliott, R. (1989). Comprehensive Process Analysis: Understanding the change process in significant therapy events. In M. Packer & R.B. Addison (Eds.), Entering the Circle: Hermeneutic Investigation in Psychology. Albany, NY: SUNY Press.

Elliott, R., Clark, C., Wexler, M., Kemeny, V., Brinkerhoff, J., Mack, C. (1990). The Impact of Experiential therapy of depression: Initial Results. In G. Lietaer, J. Rombauts, & R. Van Balen (Eds.), Client-centered and experiential psychotherapy towards the nineties (549-577). Leuven, Belgium: Leuven University Press.

Greenberg, L.S., Elliott, R., & Foerster, F. (1990). Experiential processes in the psychotherapeutic treatment of depression. In N. Endler, & D.C. McCann (Eds.) Contemporary Perspectives on Emotion (pp. 157-185). Toronto: Wall & Thompson.

Elliott, R. (1991). The psychotherapy research program at the University of Toledo: Investigating significant therapy events. In M. Crago & L. Beutler (Eds.), Psychotherapy research: An international review of programmatic studies. American Psychological Association.

Elliott, R., & Shapiro, D.A. (1992). Clients and therapists as analysts of significant events. In S.G. Toukmanian & D.L. Rennie (Eds.), Psychotherapy process research: Theory-guided and phenomenological research strategies (pp. 163-186). Beverly Hills, CA: Sage.

Elliott, R., Stiles, W.B., & Shapiro, D.A. (1993). "Are Some Psychotherapies more equivalent than others?" In T.R. Giles (Ed.) Handbook of effective psychotherapy (pp. 455-479). New York: Plenum Press.

Greenberg, L., Elliott, R., & Lietaer, G. (1994). Research on experiential psychotherapies. In A.E. Bergin & S.L. Garfield (Eds.) Handbook of psychotherapy and behavior change (4th ed., pp. 509-539). New York: Wiley.

Elliott, R., & Anderson, C. (1994). Simplicity and complexity in psychotherapy research. In R.L. Russell (Ed.), Reassessing Psychotherapy Research (pp. 65-113). New York: Guilford Press.

Elliott, R. & Morrow-Bradley, C. (1994). Developing a Working Marriage between Psychotherapists and Psychotherapy Researchers: Identifying Shared Purposes. In P.F. Talley, H.H. Strupp, & S.F. Butler (eds.), Research findings and clinical practice: Bridging the chasm (pp. 124-142). New York: Basic Books.

Elliott, R., & Greenberg, L.S. (1995). Experiential Therapy in Practice: The Process-Experiential Approach. In B. Bongar & L. Beutler, (eds.), Foundations of Psychotherapy: Theory, Research, and Practice (pp. 123-139). Stanford, CA: Oxford University Press.

Elliott, R. (1995). Therapy process research and clinical practice: Practical strategies. In M. Aveline & D.A. Shapiro (eds.), Research foundations for psychotherapy (pp. 49-72). Chichester, England: John Wiley & Sons.

Elliott, R., & Suter, P. (1995). Post-traumatische stress-stoornis [Post-traumatic stress disorder]. In G. Lietaer & M. Van Kalmthout (eds.), Praktijkboek gesprekstherapie [Handbook of Client-Centered therapy], Utrecht: De Tijdstroom. [in Dutch]

Elliott, R., Suter, P., Manford, J., Radpour-Markert, L., Siegel-Hinson, R., Layman, C., & Davis, K. (1996). A Process-Experiential Approach to Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. In R. Hutterer, G. Pawlowsky, P.F. Schmid, & R. Stipsits (eds.), Client-centered and experiential psychotherapy: A paradigm in motion (pp.235-254). Frankfurt am Main, Germany: Peter Lang.

Elliott, R. (1996). Are Client-Centered/Experiential Therapies Effective? A Meta-Analysis of Outcome Research. In U. Esser, H. Pabst, G-W Speierer (eds.), The power of the Person-Centered-Approach: New challenges-perspectives-answers (pp. 125-138). Köln, Germany: GwG Verlag.

Greenberg, L.S., & Elliott, R. (1997). Varieties of empathic responding. In A. Bohart & L.S. Greenberg, Empathy reconsidered: New directions in psychotherapy (pp. 167-186). Washington, D.C.: American Psychological Association Press.

Elliott, R., Davis, K., & Slatick, E. (1998). Process-Experiential Therapy for Post-Traumatic Stress Difficulties. In L. Greenberg, G. Lietaer, & J. Watson, Handbook of experiential psychotherapy (pp. 249-271). New York: Guilford.

Elliott, R. (1999). The Origins of Process-Experiential Therapy: A Personal Case Study in Practice-Research Integration. In S. Soldz & L. McCullough Vaillant, Reconciling empirical knowledge and clinical experience: The art and science of psychotherapy (pp. 33-49) . Washington, D.C.: APA Books.

Elliott, R., Slatick, E. & Urman, M. (2000). “So the fear is like a thing...”: A Significant Empathic Exploration Event in Process-Experiential Therapy for PTSD. In J. Marques-Teixeira & S. Antunes (Eds.), Client-centered and experiential psychotherapy (pp. 179-204). Linda a Velha, Portugal: Vale & Vale.

Elliott, R. (2001). Hermeneutic single case efficacy design (HSCED): An overview. In K.J.Schneider, J.F.T. Bugental & J.F. Fraser (eds.), Handbook of Humanistic Psychology (pp. 315-324), Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Elliott, R., & Greenberg, L.S. (2002). Process-Experiential Psychotherapy. In D. Cain & J. Seeman (eds.), Humanistic psychotherapies: Handbook of research and practice (pp. 279-306). Washington, D.C.: APA.

Sachse, R., & Elliott, R. (2002). Process-Outcome Research in Client-Centered and Experiential Therapies. In D. Cain & J. Seeman (eds.), Humanistic psychotherapies: Handbook of research and practice (pp. 83-115). Washington, D.C.: APA.

Elliott, R. (2002). Research on the Effectiveness of Humanistic Therapies: A Meta-Analysis. In D. Cain & J. Seeman (eds.), Humanistic psychotherapies: Handbook of research and practice (pp. 57-81). Washington, D.C.: APA.

Bohart, A.C., Elliott, R., Greenberg, L.S., Watson, J.C. (2002). Empathy. In J. Norcross, Psychotherapy relationships that work (pp. 89-108). New York: Oxford University Press.

Greenberg, L.S., & Elliott, R. Emotion Focused Therapy. (2002). In F.W. Kaslow & J. Lebow (Eds.). Comprehensive Handbook of Psychotherapy, Vol.4: Integrative and Eclectic Therapies (pp. 213-240). New York: John Wiley & Sons. [Paperback edition, 2004]

Greenberg, L.S., Elliott, R., & Lietaer, G. (2003). The Humanistic-Experiential Approach. In G. Stricker & T Widiger (ed.). Comprehensive Handbook of Psychology, Vol.8 (301-326). New York: John Wiley & Sons.

Elliott, R., Greenberg, L.S., & Lietaer, G. (2004). Research on Experiential Psychotherapies. In M.J. Lambert (Ed.), Bergin & Garfield‘s Handbook of psychotherapy and behavior change (5th ed.) (pp. 493-539), New York: Wiley.

Elliott, R., & Partyka, R. (2005). Personal therapy and growth work in experiential-humanistic therapies. In J. D. Geller, J. C. Norcross, & D. E. Orlinsky (Eds.). The psychotherapist's own psychotherapy: Patient and clinician perspectives (pp. 34-40). New York: Oxford University Press.

Elliott, R. & Timulak, L. (2005). Descriptive and interpretive approaches to qualitative research. In J. Miles & P. Gilbert (eds.), A Handbook of Research Methods in Clinical and Health Psychology (147-159). Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.

Elliott, R. (2006). Decoding Insight Talk: Discourse Analyses of Insight in Ordinary Language and in Psychotherapy. In L G. Castonguay & C.E. Hill (Eds), Insight in Psychotherapy (167-185). Washington, DC: APA.

Hill, C.E., Castonguay, LG., Elliott, R., et al. (2006). Insight in psychotherapy: Definitions, process, consequences, and research directions. In L G. Castonguay & C.E. Hill (Eds.), Insight in Psychotherapy (441-454). Washington, DC: APA.

Elliott, R. (2007). Person-Centered Approaches to Research. Chapter to appear in M. Cooper, P. F. Schmid, M. O’Hara & G. Wyatt (Eds.). The Handbook Of Person-Centred Therapy (pp. 327-340). Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan.

Elliott, R., & Davis, K. (in press). Therapist experiential processing in Process-Experiential Therapy. In F. Caspar (ed.), The inner processes of psychotherapists: Innovations in clinical training. Stanford, CA: Oxford University Press.

Elliott, R. & Zucconi, A. (in press). Organization and Conceptual Framework for Practice-Based Research on the Effectiveness of Psychotherapy and Psychotherapy Training. In M. Barkham, G. Hardy, & J. Mellor-Clark (Eds.). A core approach to delivering practice-based evidence in counselling and the psychological therapies. Chicester, UK:Wiley & Sons.

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