Javiera Duarte

Javiera Duarte
Universidad Diego Portales · School of Psychology Center of Studies in Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy (CEPPS-UDP)

Doctor of Psychotherapy

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Publications (22)
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Depression has a high prevalence throughout the world, and its management and recovery still constitute a challenge for mental health professionals. Objective : The aim of the study was to characterize the subjective experience of recovery from depression based on the perspective of those who suffer from it. Method : Forty participants from two S...
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The understanding of the subjective foundations of a patient’s suffering and illness throughout the therapeutic process, is a relevant and transversal variable for psychotherapeutic models influenced by a Constructivist paradigm. From the Hermeneutic Phenomenological Post-Rationalist psychotherapeutic method, this phenomenon is called Self Appropri...
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The HIV/AIDS pandemic continues to be a significant global public health crisis. The main HIV/AIDS treatment is the antiretroviral therapy (ART), which is highly effective but depends on the patient’s adherence to be successful. However, the adherence to antiretroviral therapy remains unsatisfactory across different populations, which raises consid...
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Peer support interventions for people living with HIV and AIDS (PLWHA) are effective, but their associated time and material costs for the recipient and the health system make them reachable for only a small proportion of PLWHA. Internet-based interventions are an effective alternative for delivering psychosocial interventions for PLWHA as they are...
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The present single case study explored and described the intervention process and therapeutic change expression through the Generic Change Indicators model (GCI) aiming to answer the question of “What changes when you change?”. We reasoned that psychotherapy process research in child and dyadic psychotherapy is scarce, as well as needed because it...
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A total of 137 Chilean preschool-aged children were evaluated with respect to theory of mind (ToM), and their respective primary caregivers and educators were evaluated with respect to mind-mindedness (MM) in two different times during the school year. The results are consistent with the theory and findings of other studies that suggest that ToM is...
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Objective: The aim of the present study was to explore the bodily experience of fibromyalgia patients' recovery process, focusing on the changes Methods: Eight women who had recovered from fibromyalgia participated in the study. Data was gathered and analyzed using qualitative, phe-nomenological and arts-based methods, combining different levels of...
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Introduction: The problem of suboptimal adherence to antiretroviral treatment (ART) can be overcome through multidisciplinary management that includes evidence-based psychosocial interventions. Existing reviews focus only on randomized controlled trials, overlooking valuable interventions whose evidence comes from different study designs. This revi...
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Peer support interventions for people living with HIV and AIDS (PLWHA) are widely effective, but their associated time and material costs for the recipient and the health system make them reachable for only a small proportion of PLWHA. Internet-based interventions are an effective alternative for delivering psychosocial interventions for PLWHA as t...
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Moments of Meeting (MoM) in psychotherapy are understood as shared moments between patients and therapists that allow a mutual implicit understanding about their relationship and create a new state of intersubjectivity that reconfigures the patient’s procedural knowledge of “being with others.” Despite ample theoretical and clinical descriptions of...
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There is evidence that systemic therapy is effective, but there is little evidence about meaningful moments in systemic therapy in general, and none at all in systemic therapy for social anxiety disorders. Meaningful moments are one of the relevant research objects in change process research, as they contribute to a better understanding of therapeu...
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We offer a response to four themes that result from the commentators’ inquiries and critiques: (a) the psychodynamic perspective in contem- plative research; (b) the limitations of self-reported measurements and their relationship with first-person data from micro-phenomenological interviews; (c) the role and nuances of these interviews in mindfuln...
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Context • Research in the contemplative field has focused on trainable capacities that foster self-regulation and integration. From a psychological perspective, mindfulness and personality research has largely grown with a categorical approach that explores the relationship between personality traits and mindfulness skills in clinical contexts. >...
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Objetivo: Basado en la falta de medidas que permitan evaluar la mentalización como variable de proceso en psicoterapias con adolescentes, el siguiente estudio apunta a presentar el diseño de un sistema observacional para evaluar el despliegue de esta variable tanto en pacientes como en terapeutas. Método: mediante el proceso de codificación abiert...
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This study aims to assess moments of meeting in psychotherapy -understood as moments of intense connectedness and intimacy, shared between patient and therapist during any therapeutic encounter that enable a spin in the therapy process- using a qualitative interview with patients who were undergoing or had finished psychological treatment. Micro-pe...
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Interest in studying relevant events in psychotherapy has gained increasing importance, causing significant growth in theoretical and empirical conceptualizations. However, the diversity of theoretical perspectives, the multiple ways of defining, understanding and analyzing these events has often been confusing and ambiguous. The aim of this articl...
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Background: Qualitative research has provided knowledge about the subjective experiences of therapists and patients regarding the psychotherapy process and its results. Only few studies have attempted to integrate both perspectives, considering the influence of a patient's characteristics and diagnosis in the construction of this experience. Aim:...
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Introducción. La persona del terapeuta ha sido desde siempre de gran interés para los clínicos, sin embargo se ha privilegiado el estudio de las psicoterapias por sobre el de los psicoterapeutas, como si estos fueran intercambiables, una vez adecuadamente entrenados, y por tanto el resultado de un proceso terapéutico dependiera únicamente de un set...
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Aim: Differences in therapeutic outcome can be explained to a significant extent as a therapist effect (Baldwin & Imel, 2013; Owen, Drinane, Idigo, & Valentine, 2015; Wampold, 2001). In the study of treatment success and failure, knowledge about the subjective experience of the therapist has only recently been studied, including how this varies ove...
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Aim: Differences in therapeutic outcome can be explained to a significant extent as a therapist effect (Baldwin & Imel, 2013; Owen, Drinane, Idigo, & Valentine, 2015; Wampold, 2001), but in the study of treatment success and failure, knowledge about the subjective experience of the therapist has only recently been studied, including how this varies...
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“I couldn’t change the past, the answer wasn’t there”: Subjective construction of the psychotherapeutic change. Background: The qualitative research tradition for the study of processes of change in psychotherapy has provided knowledge about the subjective experiences of therapists and patients regarding psychotherapy and its results. Nevertheless,...

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Self Identity, change, psychotherapy
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The therapists' ability to recognize and regulate their emotions in the psychotherapeutic context is considered an essential factor in establishing a favorable therapeutic alliance, as well as in accomplishing successful therapeutic outcomes. The goal of this study was to understand and establish the main difficulties and necessities of clinical trainees regarding emotional recognition and regulation during therapy, as to help them develop these capacities early in their training