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One Small Step for MyOutcomes, One Giant Leap for Therapists

One Small Step for MyOutcomes, One Giant Leap for Therapists

| April 3, 2015

Detecting early change in therapy predicts success! One question debated in evolutionary science is whether change occurs gradually over long periods of time or do dramatic events bring about dramatic changes in short periods of time? Resolving this question isn’t simple as an incomplete geological record provides evidence for both. Given that these two explanations […]

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I Can See Clearly From High Up On a Rocky Mountain Top

I Can See Clearly From High Up On a Rocky Mountain Top

| April 6, 2014

How therapists can attain their summit by regularly taking client feedback The other day, I told my wife that the two most important things I learned in graduate school were: 1) how little I know; and that 2) I had doomed myself to a life of perpetual student-hood. Put another way, every time I reached […]

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Early Change as a Predictor of Therapy Outcomes

Early Change as a Predictor of Therapy Outcomes

| July 25, 2013

“Clients who show little or no early change are at a greater risk of dropping out if corrective measures are not taken” The only way a behavioural health professional can improve outcomes is to know early on in therapy whether or not the client is benefiting from the treatment. The late Ken Howard, in the […]

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