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Polaris-MH and MyOutcomes

Polaris-MH and MyOutcomes

| February 25, 2013

The Polaris-MH is a NIH funded web tool that addresses the needs of the outcome-based paradigmatic shift in psychotherapeutic goals. The Polaris-MH is a questionnaire that measures three domains: Subjective Well-Being, Symptoms and Functional Disability. Functional Disability is comprised of three subscales: social, vocation and personal. Symptoms measures seven areas: depression, anxiety, somatization, phobias, PTSD, […]

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Lessons learned from a decade of listening to clients

Lessons learned from a decade of listening to clients

| October 29, 2012

Therapists can get important cues only by listening to clients The governing principle behind Client-Directed, Outcome-Informed (CDOI) therapy is simple: clients, not clinicians, are the chief agents behind their own psychological transformation and, as such, must be regarded as full partners in the treatment process. Still, it’s incredible what acknowledging and effectuating this truth can […]

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