This study examined the relationship between student-therapists' clinical experience and three therapeutic factors shown in the literature to be associated with client outcome - the therapy alliance, the number of dropouts, and the number of completed sessions therapists have with their clients. Data were gathered from 24 student-therapists and 420 cases seen at an accredited Marriage and Family Therapy program in the Southeast. Clinical experience was measured using two formats: Time in the training program and the number of client-contact hours accrued by student-therapists. Results showed a negative, significant relationship between clinical experience and the number of dropouts, and a positive, significant relationship between clinical experience and the number of sessions completed with clients.
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Austin Houghtaling received his Master's Degree from Auburn University in Human Development and Family Studies with an option in Marriage and Family Therapy. He is currently working on a Ph.D. in Marriage and Family Therapy at Texas Tech University. Scott Ketring is an Associate Professor in Marriage and Family Therapy at Auburn University.
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