One case, four approaches: The application of psychotherapeutic approaches in sport psychology.

TURNER, Martin J., ASPIN, G., DIDYMUS, Faye F, MACK, Rory, OLUSOGA, Peter, WOOD, Andrew and BENNETT, R. (2020). One case, four approaches: The application of psychotherapeutic approaches in sport psychology. The Sport Psychologist, 34 (1), 71-83.

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    Abstract

    Practitioners in sport and exercise psychology tasked with service provision in any environment can decide which framework(s) they draw on to inform their applied work. However, the similarities and differences between psychotherapeutic approaches are underrepresented in current literature. Therefore, this paper brings together practitioners from 4 dominant psychotherapeutic approaches to address a specific hypothetical case. Four different cognitive-behavioral approaches are outlined: rational emotive behavior therapy, cognitive therapy, schema therapy, and acceptance and commitment therapy. Each practitioner outlines the particular approach and proceeds to address the case by covering assessment, intervention, and evaluation strategies that are specific to it. Similarities and differences across the approaches are discussed, and implications for practice are put forth. Finally, two other practitioners introduce motivational interviewing as an additional framework to foster the working alliance. 7 different cognitive behavioral approaches are outlined, namely rational emotive behavior 8 therapy (REBT), cognitive therapy (CT), schema therapy (ST), and acceptance and 9 commitment therapy (ACT). Each practitioner outlines their approach and proceeds to 10 address the case by covering assessment, intervention and evaluation strategies that are 11 specific to their approach. Similarities and differences across the approaches are discussed 12 and implications for practice are put forth. Finally, two further practitioners introduce 13 motivational interviewing (MI) as an additional framework to foster the working alliance

    Item Type: Article
    Identification Number: https://doi.org/10.1123/tsp.2019-0079
    Page Range: 71-83
    SWORD Depositor: Symplectic Elements
    Depositing User: Symplectic Elements
    Date Deposited: 06 Jan 2020 11:49
    Last Modified: 30 Mar 2020 16:30
    URI: http://shura.shu.ac.uk/id/eprint/25623

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