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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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The Old Guard in the 21st Century

The Old Guard in the 21st Century

| December 15, 2014

“For therapists who wish to help their clients achieve practical outcomes in therapy, MyOutcomes is the perfect partner to help insure their success” For the last 30 years or so, a move to engage clients in therapy as participants in the therapeutic process rather than simply being recipients of therapy has been in progress. The […]

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