Assessing client preferences in counselling and psychotherapy: A new tool

Research indicates that psychotherapy outcomes are improved, and dropouts reduced, when clients’ treatment preferences are taken into account. Mick Cooper (University of Roehampton) and John Norcross (University of Scranton) developed the Inventory of Preferences (C-NIP) to assess such preferences. It has now been translated into over ten languages and can be completed online.

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This study is part of our Social and Psychological Transformation research group