Wolfgang Lutz
Wolfgang Lutz
Professor, Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy, University of Trier, Germany
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Evaluation of psychotherapy: Efficacy, effectiveness, and patient progress.
KI Howard, K Moras, PL Brill, Z Martinovich, W Lutz
American psychologist 51 (10), 1059, 1996
Enhancing outcome for potential treatment failures: Therapist–client feedback and clinical support tools
SC Harmon, MJ Lambert, DM Smart, E Hawkins, SL Nielsen, K Slade, ...
Psychotherapy research 17 (4), 379-392, 2007
Approaches and Applications
Bergin and Garfield's handbook of psychotherapy and behavior change, 85, 2013
Therapist effects in outpatient psychotherapy: A three-level growth curve approach.
W Lutz, SC Leon, Z Martinovich, JS Lyons, WB Stiles
Journal of Counseling Psychology 54 (1), 32, 2007
Assessing treatment progress of individual patients using expected treatment response models.
RJ Lueger, KI Howard, Z Martinovich, W Lutz, EE Anderson, G Grissom
Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology 69 (2), 150, 2001
Patient profiling: An application of random coefficient regression models to depicting the response of a patient to outpatient psychotherapy.
W Lutz, Z Martinovich, KI Howard
Journal of consulting and clinical psychology 67 (4), 571, 1999
Patterns of early change and their relationship to outcome and follow-up among patients with major depressive disorders
W Lutz, N Stulz, K Köck
Journal of affective disorders 118 (1-3), 60-68, 2009
Advancing psychotherapy and evidence‐based psychological interventions
PMG Emmelkamp, D David, T Beckers, P Muris, P Cuijpers, W Lutz, ...
International journal of methods in psychiatric research 23 (S1), 58-91, 2014
Shapes of early change in psychotherapy under routine outpatient conditions.
N Stulz, W Lutz, C Leach, M Lucock, M Barkham
Journal of consulting and clinical psychology 75 (6), 864, 2007
The ups and downs of psychotherapy: Sudden gains and sudden losses identified with session reports
W Lutz, T Ehrlich, J Rubel, N Hallwachs, MA Röttger, C Jorasz, S Mocanu, ...
Psychotherapy Research 23 (1), 14-24, 2013
Patient-focused psychotherapy research and individual treatment progress as scientific groundwork for an empirically based clinical practice
W Lutz
Psychotherapy Research 12 (3), 251-272, 2002
Prediction of dose–response relations based on patient characteristics
W Lutz, J Lowry, SM Kopta, DA Einstein, KI Howard
Journal of Clinical Psychology 57 (7), 889-900, 2001
Effects of an Internet intervention (Deprexis) on severe depression symptoms: Randomized controlled trial
B Meyer, J Bierbrodt, J Schröder, T Berger, CG Beevers, M Weiss, ...
Internet Interventions 2 (1), 48-59, 2015
Research on psychotherapy integration: Building on the past, looking to the future
LG Castonguay, CF Eubanks, MR Goldfried, JC Muran, W Lutz
Psychotherapy Research 25 (3), 365-382, 2015
Patient-focused and feedback research in psychotherapy: Where are we and where do we want to go?
W Lutz, K De Jong, J Rubel
Psychotherapy Research 25 (6), 625-632, 2015
The probability of treatment success, failure and duration—what can be learned from empirical data to support decision making in clinical practice?
W Lutz, MJ Lambert, SC Harmon, A Tschitsaz, E Schürch, N Stulz
Clinical Psychology & Psychotherapy: An International Journal of Theory …, 2006
Dose–effect relationship in routine outpatient psychotherapy: Does treatment duration matter?
N Stulz, W Lutz, SM Kopta, T Minami, SM Saunders
Journal of counseling psychology 60 (4), 593, 2013
Patterns of early change and their relationship to outcome and early treatment termination in patients with panic disorder.
W Lutz, SG Hofmann, J Rubel, JF Boswell, MK Shear, JM Gorman, ...
Journal of consulting and clinical psychology 82 (2), 287, 2014
Predicting change for individual psychotherapy clients on the basis of their nearest neighbors.
W Lutz, C Leach, M Barkham, M Lucock, WB Stiles, C Evans, R Noble, ...
Journal of consulting and clinical psychology 73 (5), 904, 2005
Effects of a psychological internet intervention in the treatment of mild to moderate depressive symptoms: results of the EVIDENT study, a randomized controlled trial
JP Klein, T Berger, J Schröder, C Späth, B Meyer, F Caspar, W Lutz, ...
Psychotherapy and psychosomatics 85 (4), 218-228, 2016
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