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Optimal levels of emotional arousal in experiential therapy of depression
Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology
Objective: To determine the relationship between length of time spent expressing highly aroused emotion and therapeutic outcome. Method: Thirty-eight clients (14 male, 24 female) between the ages of 22 and 60 years (M ϭ 39.5, SD ϭ 9.71), treated for depression with experiential therapy, were rated on working alliance and expressed emotional arousal (with the Client Expressed Emotional Arousal Scale) in their three highest arousal sessions. Among the clients, 34 were of European ethnicity, 2doi:10.1037/a0018401 pmid:20350030 fatcat:fgz335p2jvbk3nym2bca6vd7fi