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The long-standing divide between research and practice in clinical psychology has received increased attention in view of the development of evidence-based interventions and practice and public interest, oversight, and management of psychological services. The gap has been reflected in concerns from those in practice about the applicability of findings from psychotherapy research as a guide to clinical work and concerns from those in research about how clinical work is conducted. Research anddoi:10.1037/0003-066x.63.3.146 pmid:18377105 fatcat:25uub6vuh5hwzj2zcxv2zxssra