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Lambert et al. (2001) found that providing therapists with feedback on patient change affected patient progress and the number of sessions attended.

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  • Lambert, M., Whipple, J., Smart, D., Vermeersch, D., Nielsen, S., and Hawkins, E. (2001) The effect of providing therapists with feedback on patient progress

during psychotherapy. Psychotherapy Research, 11, 49-68

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