Professor of Psychology Libby Nutt Williams recently published a chapter in the newly edited book by Hill and Norcross (2023) entitled "Psychotherapy Skills and Methods that Work" as well as an abbreviated article in the journal Psychotherapy on the same topic: The Use of Questions in Psychotherapy. She also presented on this topic at the Society for Psychotherapy Research in Dublin, Ireland, in June and at the American Psychological Association convention in Washington, D.C. in August. The purpose of the book and related articles and presentations is to systematically review the state of the research on psychotherapy skills and methods and propose new approaches for the future. In addition, Dr. Williams' chapter and article detail the state of the research on questions, including diversity, training and practice implications. She notes she is thankful for the assistance of alums Lynx Gabinet-Bethoulle '22 and MacKenzie Brooks '22 for their assistance with gathering relevant literature for the review.
September 06, 2023
By Angela Draheim