Longitudinal Association of Therapeutic Alliance and Clinical Outcomes in Supported Housing for Chronically Homeless Adults
Community Mental Health Journal, 07/27/2012
Tsai J et al. – Controlling for baseline differences, there were no group differences on any outcomes, except that participants who rated high therapeutic alliance at 3 months reported the highest subjective quality of life and perceived social support. Client outcomes in supported housing may rely more on practical assistance and access to other services than the quality of the therapeutic relationship with their primary mental health provider.