Introducing SYPRENE: an international practice research network for therapists and researchers in strategy and systems.
GRÉGOIRE VITRY, NATHALIE DURIEZ, SOPHIE LARTILLEUX-SUBERVILLE, RYTIS PAKROSNIS, ALEXANDRINA BEAU, TERESA GARCIA-RIVERA, OLIVIER BROSSEAU, PEDRO VARGAS AVALOS, ERIC BARDOT, WENDEL A. RAY
SYPRENE, a new international Systemic Practice Research Network (PRN), was created to address the lack of practice-based research regarding the effectiveness and efficiency of strategic therapies. This article presents the reasons for the creation of SYPRENE and describes the data collection methods, as well as the encoding system set up within this PRN. Further developments are expected concerning the recruitment of practitioners, the types of data collected, the results and the implementation of SYPRENE in supervisions, training and professional schools.
Brief strategic therapy; effectiveness and efficiency research; practice research network; mental health research institute.
SYPRENE, a new international Systemic Practice Research Network (PRN), has been established to fill the gap in practice-based research on the effectiveness and efficiency of strategic therapies.
This article presents the rationale for the creation of SYPRENE and describes data collection methods, and the encoding system implemented within this PRN. More developments are expected in the recruitment of practitioners, the types of data collected, findings, and the implementation of SYPRENE in supervision, trainings, and professional schools.
Brief Strategic Therapy; Effectiveness and Efficiency Research; Practice Research Network; Mental Research Institute
Keywords: LACT research , Research program