Addressability of Emergent Life Events: Does Assigned Protocol Matter?

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Addressability of Emergent Life Events: Does Assigned Protocol Matter? Vanessa Perez, Karen Guan, Ph.D., and Bruce F. Chorpita, Ph.D. University of California, Los Angeles Emergent life events (ELEs) are unexpected stressors disclosed by clients in therapy sessions. Prior research suggests that most ELEs are addressable (i.e., effectively managed) using strategies from the modular evidence-based t...

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