eISSN 2239-8031
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Research in Psychotherapy: Psychopathology, Process and Outcome (RIPPPO) is an online, open-access, peer reviewed journal published by the Italian Area Group of the Society for Psychotherapy Research (SPR Italy Area Group). Its aim is to promoting a fruitful communication between the Italian and International communities, enriching clinicians and researchers mutual collaboration. It welcomes high quality articles from any part of the world, concerning a variety of topics (e.g., psychotherapy process and outcome, diagnosis and assessment, psychopathology etc.), with different formats (e.g., reviews, empirical studies, methodological works, clinical studies) and from different epistemological, theoretical and methodological perspectives of the contemporary research in psychotherapy.

RIPPPO publishes three issues every year and provides immediate open access to its contents, on the basis of the principle that making research results freely available to researchers and practitioners supports a better exchange of knowledge.

This journal does not apply the article processing charge to Authors as it is supported by institutional funds.

Vol 22 No 2 (2019)

Published: 2019-07-31

The issue includes a Special Section on the legacy of Jeremy Safran.
Guest Editors: Vittorio Lingiardi, Daniela Gentile

Why did she leave? Development of working alliance in a case of psychotherapy for depression

Petr Doležal, Michal Čevelíček, Tomáš Řiháček, Jan Roubal, Roman Hytych, Lucia Ukropová

Trajectories of alliance ruptures in the psychotherapy of adolescents with borderline personality pathology: timing, typology and significance

Nathalie Schenk, Ronan Zimmermann, Lukas Fürer, Mariane Krause, Sindy Weise, Michael Kaess, Susanne Schlüter-Müller, Klaus Schmeck

Is it possible to improve early childhood development with a video-feedback intervention directed at the mother-father-child triad?

Marcia Olhaberry, María José León, Catalina Sieverson, Marta Escobar, Daniela Iribarren, Irma Morales-Reyes, Constanza Mena, Fanny Leyton

Hikikomori silent epidemic: a case study

Ante Silić, Jakša Vukojević, Ilaria Čulo, Hrvoje Falak
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