Supplemental Materials

This part of the Process-Experiential Therapy Website contains various supporting materials, including additional clinical examples, suggested exercises to enhance your learning, and questionnaires and related research materials that you can use to track your use of the Process-Experiential approach and to evaluate therapy process and outcome.

An index of the Supplemental Materials can be found below. Each link opens a new page. Although this material is copyrighted and may not be reproduced or sold for commercial purposes you may print or copy any of these materials for training purposes. Enjoy!

Chapter 1: Introduction
Chapter 2: Process-Experiential Theory Made Simple
Chapter 3: Research on the Effectiveness of Process-Experiential Therapy
Chapter 4: Client Micro-Processes: What Process-Experiential Therapists Listen For
Chapter 5: Therapist Processes in Process-Experiential Therapy
Chapter 6: An Overview of Therapeutic Tasks
Chapter 7: Empathy and Exploration: The Core of Process-Experiential Therapy
Chapter 8: The Care and Feeding of Therapeutic Relationships
Chapter 9: Accessing and Allowing Experiencing
Chapter 10: Re-processing Problematic Experiences
Chapters 11 & 12: Active Expression Tasks: Two Chair Work for Conflict Splits; Empty Chair Work for Unfinished Interpersonal Issues
Chapter 13: Frequently Asked Questions on Applying Process-Experiential Therapy
Chapter 14: Adapting Process-Experiential Therapy to Particular Client Problems
Chapter 15: Recommendations for Teaching and Learning Process-Experiential Therapy

©2004 Robert Elliott, Jeanne Watson, Rhonda Goldman, and Leslie Greenberg