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Trauma type (interpersonal vs. non-interpersonal) also did not significantly moderate any effect of therapist’ alliance ratings after session 1 on PTSD symptom severity at the end of treatment, controlled for baseline PTSD symptom severity, therapists’ WAI: b = ?0.13, SE = 0.17, ? = 0.10, p = 0.460, R 2 adj = 0.27. For both patients with interpersonal and non-interpersonal traumas, the relationship between therapists’ working alliance after session 1 had a significant effect on treatment outcome, controlled for baseline severity, interpersonal trauma: b = ?0.32, 95% CI [?0.51, 0.14]; non-interpersonal trauma: b = ?0.45, 95% CI [?0.74, 0.16].

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Both higher patient-reported and therapist-reported working alliance after the first treatment session predicted better outcome, i.e., lower PTSD symptom severity at the final treatment session (controlled for symptom severity at baseline); patients’ WAI: b = ?0.23, SE = 0.09, ? = ?0.19, p = 0.008, R 2 adj = 0.13; therapists’ WAI : b = ?0.36, SE = 0.08, ? = ?0.29, p 2 adj = 0.28. The results were the same if the three WAI sub-scales were considered independently (patients: Task sub-scale p = 0.018, Goal sub-scale p = 0.004, Bond sub-scale p = 0.018; therapists: Task p ? ( 10 ) 2 = , p = 0.247, CFI = 0.99, RMSEA [95% CI] = 0.04 [0.00, 0.10], SRMR = 0.05; model for therapists’ WAI: ? ( 10 ) 2 = , p = 0.014, CFI = 0.97, RMSEA [95% CI] = 0.08 [0.04, 0.13], SRMR = 0.06. (more…)

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