Tag: psychotherapy

On Becoming an Optimal Human Being

On Becoming an Optimal Human Being

| January 8, 2019

“What is necessary to change a person is to change his awareness of himself.” Abraham Maslow Clients come to therapy with varying issues, perceived goals, perspectives, expectations, and degrees of motivation. Capricious degrees of internal and external resources also arrive with each client. Regardless of how a client initially shows up, becoming an optimal human […]

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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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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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Moving to a Paperless World

Moving to a Paperless World

| March 18, 2014

HIPAA Compliant Cloud Storage! The world is heading towards a paperless domain and today cloud computing is an integral part of the workforce. From consumer-grade services like cloud email for example Gmail, document storage like DropBox, specialized enterprise services such as customer relationship management software similar to Salesforce.com to online banking; everything is on distributed […]

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