Tag: feedback-informed therapy

To Change or Not to Change? When to Change a Client’s ORS Score

To Change or Not to Change? When to Change a Client’s ORS Score

| April 24, 2017

Thousands of agencies, practitioners, and their clients have found MyOutcomes’ web-based application of the Outcome Rating Scale (ORS) to be a powerful tool. The process is simple. Using MyOutcomes’ extensive database, the feedback of all clients with the same initial intake score is used to predict an expected course of therapeutic progress. Deviations from the […]

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Engagement Is a Perfectly Fine State

Engagement Is a Perfectly Fine State

| February 19, 2014

A web-based engagement tool and much much more for therapists. I have this therapist friend Christy, who is smart, compassionate and highly capable. Everything one could want in a therapist. What impresses me, however, is her incredible talent for finding connections between things that, to most people, appear to be only loosely connected. For example, […]

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