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The Power of Outcome Driven Recovery in Mental Health

The Power of Outcome Driven Recovery in Mental Health

| April 8, 2016

Discover the power of an Outcome Orientated Approach to Recovery Join me Friday 27, May 2016 in the historic market town of Newark, on the River Trent, for a coming together of minds to share experience and research on the benefits and challenges of embedding the routine administration of the ORS and SRS into a recovery oriented service delivery […]

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PCOMS Therapist Survey

PCOMS Therapist Survey

| April 1, 2016

Examining the Influence of Feedback Orientation and Feedback Environment on Clinician Processing of Feedback from Client Outcome Measures. Dear Readers of the Effective Therapist Blog, My name is Logan Rife and I am a doctoral candidate in the Collaborative Program in Counseling Psychology at The University of Akron. As a student, my use of the […]

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Algorithms-How the 8 session estimation with the 8th session success score being the Expected Service Target will hold for trajectories going over 30 or 50 sessions or more

Algorithms-How the 8 session estimation with the 8th session success score being the Expected Service Target will hold for trajectories going over 30 or 50 sessions or more

| January 20, 2016

Algorithms in Psychology How the 8 session estimation with the 8th session success score being the Expected Service Target will hold for trajectories going over 30 or 50 sessions or more These estimations are not based on randomized trials but on actually helping people attend and use the psychotherapy in a broad range of countries […]

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The new accuracy of Client Status Report; no averages!

The new accuracy of Client Status Report; no averages!

| December 23, 2015

Why Average Raw Change, Average Session Change and Average Service Change have been removed? Initially there were a few assumptions and experiments made with the client status report. Scott quotes: “Actually, an average doesn’t really tell us anything and it does not inform the individual case.” He says that because earlier on there were not […]

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Fear is only HIPAA Deep

Fear is only HIPAA Deep

| March 6, 2015

MyOutcomes Partners with Compliance Helper In an age of alarming events that seem to occur with unnerving regularity, I have done my best to avoid being an alarmist. On the other hand, I have no qualms about being a realist. Being a realist is not the same as being an alarmist. A realist is someone […]

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Conducting PCOMS guided Recovery Groups- Closing the Resource Gap in Psychotherapy

Conducting PCOMS guided Recovery Groups- Closing the Resource Gap in Psychotherapy

| February 5, 2015

Conducting PCOMS guided Recovery Groups model is built on three key concepts: recovery, group therapy, and CDOI therapy. At whichever level of community one wishes to consider, there is a growing demand for mental health services that isn’t being matched by an equivalent accessibility to mental health services. This disparity between the need for services […]

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The Old Guard in the 21st Century

The Old Guard in the 21st Century

| December 15, 2014

“For therapists who wish to help their clients achieve practical outcomes in therapy, MyOutcomes is the perfect partner to help insure their success” For the last 30 years or so, a move to engage clients in therapy as participants in the therapeutic process rather than simply being recipients of therapy has been in progress. The […]

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The Abstract Mind Written in Concrete

The Abstract Mind Written in Concrete

| March 31, 2014

Changes in the mind are possible to quantify and there are concrete measurements in psychotherapy to bolster this! René Descartes, often referred to as the Father of Modern Philosophy, created a model whereby behaviour could be investigated and described. His two main elements were the “body” and the “mind.” The body is essentially a machine […]

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