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Outcome, Evidence, Effectiveness and Accountability are the watch words of the day

Outcome, Evidence, Effectiveness and Accountability are the watch words of the day

| November 12, 2012

“Outcome and Effectiveness; Evidence and Accountability are the watchwords of the day” In a recent presentation on transforming behavioral health care, Dr. Scott Miller shared some of the most common challenges he hears about from health-care professionals around the world in the changing environment in which they practice.  Again and again, he’s told, they’ve been asked […]

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Therapists let us in on the best advice they’ve ever received…

Therapists let us in on the best advice they’ve ever received…

| November 5, 2012

Margarita Tartakovsky, associate editor at Psych Central, recently wrote an article on the best advice therapists have ever received. Here’s what some top therapists had to share:

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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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Is your website chasing away clients? Therapist Marketing Tip 5

Is your website chasing away clients? Therapist Marketing Tip 5

| October 18, 2012

With a large percentage of people searching the internet for health information, the therapist’s website is now a key point of contact with potential clients Make sure the message on your website is drawing them to you, not chasing them away. Try viewing your front page from a potential client’s perspective, ideally have someone else look […]

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Worst Practices – Highly Annoying Therapists

Worst Practices – Highly Annoying Therapists

| October 10, 2012

You’ve no doubt heard about the seven habits of highly effective people. Now it’s time to learn about the 12 habits of highly annoying therapists, compliments of Dr. John Grohol, CEO and founder of Psych Central. His enumeration of the dirty dozen annoying bad habits of therapists includes: Showing up late for the appointment. Eating […]

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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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