Tag: Feedback Informed Treatment

Prove Me Wrong: Hope Keeps You Alive

Prove Me Wrong: Hope Keeps You Alive

| December 10, 2018

“Where there’s life, there’s hope”. We enter therapy because our hope in something we value is waning; A relationship, unplanned loss or a specific troubling issue in our lives. Our life energy is low and we yearn for something more.

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What is FIT Deliberate Practice and Why Should You Apply it to Your Therapeutic Practice?

What is FIT Deliberate Practice and Why Should You Apply it to Your Therapeutic Practice?

| November 8, 2017

Dr. K. Anders Ericsson (1993) described Deliberate Practice as “activities that have been found most effective in improving performance.” According to Dr. Scott Miller, Founder and Director of the International Center for Clinical Excellence (ICCE), FIT Deliberate Practice is the key to improving effectiveness as a psychotherapist. The factor that separates the best from the […]

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MyOutcomes® Version 17 – Spring 2017 Release Announced

MyOutcomes® Version 17 – Spring 2017 Release Announced

| May 15, 2017

The Spring release of MyOutcomes Version 17 is fast approaching! We are excited to be able to offer many new enhancements to our current reporting features, developed in collaboration with our international circle of customers and advisers. We appreciate everyone’s feedback – it’s your innovations that drive our product excellence. With this new release, you will […]

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Feedback Informed Treatment (FIT) Webinar Series

Feedback Informed Treatment (FIT) Webinar Series

| August 22, 2016

The Fall 2016  Feedback Informed Treatment (FIT) Webinar Series covers the basics of Feedback Informed Treament (FIT). Listed on SAMSHA’s registry of evidence based practices and programs, FIT has been shown to dramatically improve  behavioral health outcomes.Over the course of 4 one hour long webinars, Dr Scott Miller and colleague Cynthia Maeschalck will prvide an overview of Feedback […]

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FIT eLearning – An Introduction to Feedback-Informed Treatment

FIT eLearning – An Introduction to Feedback-Informed Treatment

| January 15, 2016

FIT eLearning: An online solution designed to help practitioners take their practice to the next level The era of average is over! To succeed you have to be a cut over the rest… even in behavioral health services.This demands you be on top of technology as well as all the latest development in your field. […]

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The Addictions of William Shakespeare, Benjamin Rush & Robert Palmer

The Addictions of William Shakespeare, Benjamin Rush & Robert Palmer

| November 19, 2015

“Today, a working definition of addiction usually includes physical and psychological dependence, as well as destructive behaviors” By writing “The Effects of Ardent Spirits Upon Man,” Benjamin Rush created the foundation upon which the Temperance Movement was built. He also played a critical part in initiating the shift in how society viewed its relationship to […]

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Advanced FIT Intensive Training 2016 by Scott D Miller

Advanced FIT Intensive Training 2016 by Scott D Miller

| October 16, 2015

Register now for the second offering of the Advanced FIT Intensive Training in Chicago, Illinois (USA) from March 17th – March 19th 2016 This three day long intensive training will focus on skill development as participants will receive detailed information on: • The empirical foundations of FIT (i.e., research supporting the common factors, outcome and […]

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Feedback Informed Treatment Webinar Series- Fall 2015

Feedback Informed Treatment Webinar Series- Fall 2015

| September 11, 2015

Register Now for the Feedback Informed Treatment Webinar Series Fall 2015 As you’re no doubt aware, clinicians around the world are being asked to collect and report treatment outcomes. Outcome measurement is becoming an integral part of healthcare reform and, in many instances, required for reimbursement.   The Webinar will include: The Empirical Basis for […]

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Measuring Outcomes in Therapy – The Client is the King

Measuring Outcomes in Therapy – The Client is the King

| August 3, 2015

“Measuring outcomes in therapy based on what the client has to say and his perception of the improvement caused by the treatment is what matters most” Time and again a question surfaces, asking what works in achieving successful outcomes in therapy? A growing list of researchers, including Dr. Scott D. Miller, are convinced that it […]

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What is feedback, and why do we need it in therapy?

What is feedback, and why do we need it in therapy?

| August 12, 2014

What is feedback and Why do we need feedback in therapy? Being associated with an organization that focuses so much on evidence based therapy I naturally got inquisitive about how did all this start? I mean who coined the term feedback, why and how was it used initially, how much is it being used in […]

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