Because there were few if any studies of the importance of the evidence-based treatment relationship variables on trauma therapy, our group set out to explore the existing literature. We found that as with other psychotherapy clients, trauma survivors in therapy find treatment more effective when those relationship variables are present.
Where to find
Ellis, A., Simiola, V., Brown, L.S., Courtois, C.A. & Cook, J. M. (2018). Effect of evidence-based treatment relationships on treatment outcome for adults with trauma: A systematic review. Journal of Trauma and Dissociation, 19, pp. 185-213.