Tag: Dr Scott D Miller

Tracking Patient Outcomes – How looking at the dropout rate affects the Post Effect Size and how it is related to deliberate practice

Tracking Patient Outcomes – How looking at the dropout rate affects the Post Effect Size and how it is related to deliberate practice

| September 6, 2016

An Overview to Tracking Patient Outcomes Tracking Patient Outcomes, Dr. Scott D Miller says that looking at the dropout rate in MyOutcomes Version14 is useful, as it gives the therapist time to reflect on what to do so as to keep the client engaged in the therapy for longer, thereby helping the client to maintain […]

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FIT Supervision Intensive Training August 2016

FIT Supervision Intensive Training August 2016

| April 20, 2016

FIT Supervision Intensive Training Join Dr. Scott Miller and his team for a 3 intensive days focused on supervision strategies designed to  improve clinician skills. If you understand that supervision is a key component in the successful and sustainable implementation of Feedback Informed Treatment as an evidence based practice then you should make plans to […]

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FIT Implementation Intensive Aug 2016

FIT Implementation Intensive Aug 2016

| March 26, 2016

The FIT Implementation Intensive is just months away! Learn the science of successful implementation with ICCE Director, Dr. Scott Miller, Ph.D. and the ICCE professional development team. The FIT Implementation Intensive training will held this coming August 1st and 2nd, 2016 in Chicago, IL. This is a hands on, intensive training designed to provide participants with a […]

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FIT Professional Development Training Aug 2016

FIT Professional Development Training Aug 2016

| March 2, 2016

FIT Professional Development Training by Dr. Scott Miller FIT Professional Development Training by Dr. Scott Miller is scheduled from 8th Aug to 9th Aug’16 at Chicago,Illinois. The training venue is located alongside the beautiful “Magnificent Mile,” near Northwestern University Hospital, atop a tall building, overlooking Lake Michigan, and steps from the best retail therapy and […]

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Is there no way to record and plot the ORS in Child Therapy?

Is there no way to record and plot the ORS in Child Therapy?

| February 24, 2016

How to record and plot the ORS for child therapy in MyOutcomes version 14 In the case of child therapy, it is often left to the therapist to determine whether the child is making progress. It is important that the stakeholders in those young children’s lives agree that progress is being made and seek other […]

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Is there Client base for predicting ETR in Child Therapy?

Is there Client base for predicting ETR in Child Therapy?

| February 17, 2016

  Changes in MyOutcomes Version 14 for predicting the Expected Treatment Response in child therapy. In the earlier version of MyOutcomes, there used to be separate algorithms for child therapy and adult therapy but other than the clinical cut offs, the responses were neither significantly different nor predictive of success. The client base for predicting the […]

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Individual Sub Scales-Predictive and Clinical Utility

Individual Sub Scales-Predictive and Clinical Utility

| February 10, 2016

Live consultation about Predictive Utility and Clinical Utility. Dr. Scott D Miller indicates that we only score on the ORS as predictive of the total score. If we are working with an individual who is not progressing, then we look at individual sub-scales to find something clinically useful, but that is not of any predictive utility […]

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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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Introduction to the new features in MyOutcomes Version 14 therapy assessment tool

Introduction to the new features in MyOutcomes Version 14 therapy assessment tool

| December 1, 2015

In the clip below from a recent live client consultation with Dr.Scott D. Miller, MyOutcomes VP, Cindy Hansen familiarizes us with the new reporting features available in Version 14 of MyOutcomes® therapy assessment tool. Changes in the therapy assessment tool Include: A Scatter Plot where the clinicians can see their client’s status on a single […]

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