Erratum to: Courses of helping alliance in the treatment of people with severe mental illness in Europe: A latent class analytic approach

Sabine Loos, Katrin Arnold, Mike Slade, Harriet Jordan, Valeria Del Vecchio, Gaia Sampogna, Agnes Süveges, Marietta Nagy, Malene Krogsgaard Bording, Helle Østermark Sørensen, Wulf Rössler, Wolfram Kawohl, Bernd Puschner, The CEDAR study group

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PURPOSE: The helping alliance (HA) between patient and therapist has been studied in detail in psychotherapy research, but less is known about the HA in long-term community mental health care. The aim of this study was to identify typical courses of the HA and their predictors in a sample of people with severe mental illness across Europe over a measurement period of one year.

METHODS: Self-ratings of the HA by 588 people with severe mental illness who participated in a multicentre European study (CEDAR; ISRCTN75841675) were examined using latent class analysis.

RESULTS: Four main patterns of alliance were identified: (1) high and stable (HS, 45.6 %), (2) high and increasing (HI, 36.9 %), (3) high and decreasing (HD, 11.3 %) and (4) low and increasing (LI, 6.1 %). Predictors of class membership were duration of illness, ethnicity, and education, receipt of state benefits, recovery, and quality of life.

CONCLUSIONS: Results support findings from psychotherapy research about a predominantly stable course of the helping alliance in patients with severe mental illness over time. Implications for research and practice indicate to turn the attention to subgroups with noticeable courses.

OriginalsprogEngelsk
TidsskriftSocial Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology
Vol/bind50
Udgave nummer4
Sider (fra-til)673
Antal sider1
ISSN0933-7954
DOI
StatusUdgivet - 2015

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