Tag: Barry Duncan

Childs Version of the Outcome Rating Scale and the NHS Foundation Trust

Childs Version of the Outcome Rating Scale and the NHS Foundation Trust

| December 27, 2012

“Outcome Rating Scale is a measure of the client’s therapeutic progress and is a simple, four item visual analog scale that is administered at the beginning of each therapy session” World events continue to remind us of how important quality psychotherapy is to mental health. Over the course of the last half century or so, […]

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International Trends – Measurable Outcomes

International Trends – Measurable Outcomes

| December 20, 2012

One of the most persistent and pervasive of recent developments in the world of work has been the trend toward implementing meaningful measurements.  Organizations are asking “how do we know we’re being effective?  Measuring and reporting is now the norm in virtually all sectors; business, politics and health sciences, especially those that receive public funds. […]

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Track your cumulative career development by collecting outcome data

Track your cumulative career development by collecting outcome data

| November 6, 2012

Advancing Outcome Informed Therapy Video Series – Client outcome data Video #6 of 6 (2:06 min.) Most therapists assume that they’re getting better over time. It’s really difficult to know this for sure unless there’s some type of measurement. When it comes to therapy the most effective measurement is the client themselves. No one has […]

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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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Therapy: Three Sources of Healing Involvement

Therapy: Three Sources of Healing Involvement

| October 12, 2012

Advancing Outcome Informed Therapy Video Series Video #4 of 6 (2:16 min.) The Three Sources of Healing Involvement Healing involvement is the high point of therapist development and the optimal factor in generating positive client outcomes. Research reveals that, when therapists are demonstrating a high degree of healing involvement in their sessions and regularly experiencing […]

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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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Do you need an early warning system? – A Webinar by Dr. Barry Duncan

Do you need an early warning system? – A Webinar by Dr. Barry Duncan

| August 26, 2012

Then attend Dr. Barry Duncan’s Free Webinar: The Art and Science of Becoming a Better Therapist Part 2: Using an Early Warning System September 14 at 1p.m. EDT Can you tell when clients are at risk for dropping out? We’ve all heard that the modal number of psychotherapy sessions worldwide is one, but that’s cold comfort when you see […]

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The Art and Science of Becoming a Better Therapist: A Webinar by Dr. Barry Duncan

The Art and Science of Becoming a Better Therapist: A Webinar by Dr. Barry Duncan

| June 23, 2012

The Art and Science of Becoming a Better Therapist A Webinar by Dr. Barry Duncan MyOutcomes recently hosted a webinar where Dr. Duncan shared clear and compelling advice on how to: identify clients at risk for drop out deal with clients who do not seem to improve over time monitor client progress easily and efficiently […]

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