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Feedback Informed Treatment in Practice

Feedback Informed Treatment in Practice

| July 2, 2015

From Scott Miller’s Top Performance Blog Implementation of Feedback Informed Treatment Though feedback is imperative to improvement, it is not an end in itself. The idea of feedback is to give direction to a therapist to develop a plan of action for deciding their future professional development and to keep monitoring it to see if […]

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Creating Psychotherapists for the 21st Century, Part I

Creating Psychotherapists for the 21st Century, Part I

| February 20, 2015

Enhance the therapist’s effectiveness by bringing the client’s voice into therapy To paraphrase William Gibson, the future has arrived, but it has yet to reveal itself. Relative to the beginning of the 20th century, our current century sees us with a much clearer idea of what mental health is, what it can be, and what […]

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FIT and fitting the approach to the client

FIT and fitting the approach to the client

| October 10, 2014

“Fitting the approach to client involves responding to each individual client’s experience. Getting feedback is at the core of this approach” I am a long standing fan of Scott Miller and his work. We share an appreciation of the enormous contribution that Milton Erickson made during his long and productive lifetime and of the heritage […]

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We Dare You Not to Laugh: Providing Feedback

We Dare You Not to Laugh: Providing Feedback

| December 4, 2012

Do clients hesitate in providing feedback to their therapists? Most clients have a hard time expressing how they really feel about the therapeutic process — their progress or lack of it, as well as their sense of connectedness to the therapist. But this certainly isn’t a problem in the clip below:

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Using Your Own Personal Device to Track – Psychotherapy Feedback Systems

Using Your Own Personal Device to Track – Psychotherapy Feedback Systems

| December 4, 2012

Advantages of MyOutcomes over other psychotherapy feedback systems According to the Aberdeen Group, a Boston-based technology research firm, more than 70 percent of U.S. small businesses allow employees to use their smartphones for work. The problem is, allowing employees to use many different types of devices for business can turn into an IT nightmare for tech support, […]

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