I have mainly been interested in understanding how self-administred questionnaires can contribute to the outcomes of a relation-based, humanistic psychotherapy.

I now am also involved in other research programmes such as SCTS.










Questionnaire 2


Questionnaires are usual tools for psychologists, CBT or systemic psychotherapists. It is also odinary process in institutions, where statistic analysis is made relevent thanks to a higher number of respondants.
However, such questionnaires are seldomly used in non-CBT private practice, and never (it seems) in relation to longer-term, humanistic practice. I want to undestand how they can add value to that kind of psychotherapy, and they can participate to evaluate such psychotherapy.

These questionnaires could either be already existing (measures of anxiety, depression, ...), or carved by the therapist. I am however only considering existing questionnaires, as they are well known and documented.

This research project is both clinical (actualy praticing the use of such questionnaires in relation to my private practice) and theoretical.


SCTS (Single Case Times Series)

STCS have been labeled as valuable enough to evaluate therapy. They have other value to me :

1/ they reconnect psychotherapy, psychotherapists to research through what has founded therapy and research : case studies.

2/ they enpower the clinician again, with important epistemologic updates that almost rules out old objections that have been made to case studies in the past (and with reasons).

3/ they are manageable in the day-to-day therapist workload, and nehance her/his pratice.


If you feel you could be interested in sharing your views on these issues, you can use the following email adress to reach me :



Cabinet de psychothérapie

10, rue Bréguet - 75011 Paris (France)

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