Diferencias en el estilo personal y actitud hacia el uso de terapias basadas en la evidencia en una muestra de terapeutas hispanohablantes que usan intervenciones de segunda y tercera generación.
Montoya, Carlos Eduardo | 2019
The objective of this research was the Personal Style of Therapist (EPT) and the Attitude towards the Evidence-Based Practice (EBPAS) in a sample of 447 clinical psychologists from 13 Spanish-speaking countries, 235 who are part of the second generation and 212 who use a third generation, with an average of 9.2 years (SD = 3.9) of experience in patient care. The Personal Style Therapist Questionnaire (EPT) and the Evidence-Based Practice Questionnaire (EBPAS) were applied. For the analysis of the results, nonparametric means comparison tests will be used and their effect size will be analyzed. Significant differences were obtained (p <0.05) on the EPT between both groups of therapists, while for the EBPAS only differences were obtained in the dimension Requirement: second generation group (M = 12, SD = 3.13) and third generation group (M = 11, SD = 2.76).