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How to Use an Early Warning System in Therapy

How to Use an Early Warning System in Therapy

| October 23, 2012

Webinar series by Dr. Barry Duncan The art and science of becoming a better therapist – using an early warning system in therapy “The first and foremost way to become a better therapist is to add feedback to your work — period. Collecting systematic feedback improves outcomes more than anything since the beginning of psychotherapy.”– […]

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Commonly cited barriers to implementation

Commonly cited barriers to implementation

| October 18, 2012

It’s easy for us humans to blame the cold, unfeeling machine whenever we struggle to get over the learning curve that comes with mastering new technology. But when researchers from the University of Texas, Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas studied barriers to implementing computerized decision support systems in clinical practice, they discovered that many of […]

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The pinnacle of therapist development is healing involvement

The pinnacle of therapist development is healing involvement

| September 25, 2012

Advancing Outcome Informed Therapy Video Series Video #3 of 6 (2:08 min.) The pinnacle of therapist development is healing involvement The pinnacle of therapist development is healing involvement. So, what causes this and, more importantly, how can you make it happen more often? Healing involvement represents therapists at their best — when their immersion into […]

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Is your Agency secure against Digital Threats?

Is your Agency secure against Digital Threats?

| July 23, 2012

A growing number of agencies are utilizing the Internet to seek and store health and medical information. Electronic health records are becoming standard for their ease of use, speed of access, and lower costs. But with the systematic collection of a patient’s medical history, personal stats, and billing information, it’s no wonder patients are feeling […]

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