Cheri L. Marmarosh

The Catholic University of America, Washington, DC 
Clinical Psychology, Mental Health
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Kivlighan DM, Marmarosh CL. (2016) Counselors' attachment anxiety and avoidance and the congruence in clients' and therapists' working alliance ratings. Psychotherapy Research : Journal of the Society For Psychotherapy Research. 1-10
Marmarosh CL, Schmidt E, Pembleton J, et al. (2015) Novice therapist attachment and perceived ruptures and repairs: a pilot study. Psychotherapy (Chicago, Ill.). 52: 140-4
Simon-Dack SL, Marmarosh CL. (2014) Neurosciences and adult health behaviors: recent findings and implications for counseling psychology. Journal of Counseling Psychology. 61: 528-33
Marmarosh CL, Kivlighan DM, Bieri K, et al. (2014) The insecure psychotherapy base: Using client and therapist attachment styles to understand the early alliance. Psychotherapy (Chicago, Ill.). 51: 404-12
Gelso CJ, Pérez Rojas AE, Marmarosh C. (2014) Love and sexuality in the therapeutic relationship. Journal of Clinical Psychology. 70: 123-34
Kivlighan DM, Marmarosh CL, Hilsenroth MJ. (2014) Client and therapist therapeutic alliance, session evaluation, and client reliable change: a moderated actor-partner interdependence model. Journal of Counseling Psychology. 61: 15-23
Marmarosh CL, Tasca GA. (2013) Adult attachment anxiety: using group therapy to promote change. Journal of Clinical Psychology. 69: 1172-82
Marmarosh CL, Van Horn SM. (2011) Cohesion in Counseling and Psychotherapy Groups The Oxford Handbook of Group Counseling
Kelley FA, Gelso CJ, Fuertes JN, et al. (2010) The real relationship inventory: development and psychometric investigation of the client form. Psychotherapy (Chicago, Ill.). 47: 540-53
Marmarosh CL, Bieri K, Stuber E, et al. (2010) USING THE SWAP-200 WITH NOVICE PSYCHODYNAMIC CLINICIANS: Is It Reliable, Useful, and Non-Biased? Psychoanalytic Psychology. 27: 442-459
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