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Better Results...with Scott D. Miller
Episode #4
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Learn how to: create a culture of feedback in your practice, use the scores and discussing these with clients to improve therapy. You will learn how to use the overall data so you can create a Deliberate Practice Plan to avoid running around in circles, wondering if you are making a difference.
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Whether you’re an individual practitioner or part of a larger organization, FIT eLearning helps you develop a culture of feedback and incorporate the Outcome & Session Rating Scales (ORS & SRS) into your clinical practice. Note FIT elearning is designed for use with all forms of ORS and SRS administration, you do not need to subscribe to MyOutcomes to benefit, only be committed to the use of the measures to inform and improve care.

· IDENTIFY WHEN CLIENTS’ TRAJECTORIES ARE ON OR OFF TRACK

· GATHER FORMAL CLIENT FEEDBACK ON OUTCOME AND ALLIANCE

· HAVE CONVERSATIONS WITH CLIENTS ABOUT THE MEANINGS BEHIND THEIR SCORES ON THE ORS AND SRS

· IMPROVE SKILLS IN GENERATING HONEST CLIENT FEEDBACK, THROUGH PRACTICE EXERCISE

Once you have earned your Basic Training in Feedback-informed Treatment certificate, from the International Center for Clinical Excellence and mastered FIT Basics, you will be ready for FIT Deliberate Practice.

MyOutcomes® FIT Deliberate Practice eLearning course provides the training, insight and support you need to leverage the feedback your clients provide and turn it into practice management strategies proven to grow your practice.

This course was designed to help you build on the skills you learned in FIT eLearning, while focusing on developing an individualized plan to improve your performance. to help you to work from in developing your FIT Deliberate Practice goals.

Watch this introduction to MyOutcomes® FIT Deliberate Practice eLearning by Scott Miller and FIT Trainer, Cindy Hansen.

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The Get FIT Now Training Package gives you advanced access to Scott's most recent teaching, more free givaways, plus FIT Deliberate Practice ($99.00), all for the price of your FIT eLearning purchase of $179.00.
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Supporting Excellence in Practice Management
MyOutcomes® FIT eLearning programs are centered on the four core competencies developed by Dr. Scott D. Miller and colleagues at the International Center for Clinical Excellence (ICCE).
These core competencies encompass the necessary basics for clinicians seeking to improve their outcomes and achieve excellence in their practice using PCOMS.
Successful completion of this course:

  • Excellent understanding of PCOMS and FIT
  • Create a meaningful outcome and session rating process for clients
  • Adopt a simple red, yellow and green signalling system to keep sessions on track
  • Map your clinical effectiveness across clients
  • Identify your professional baseline and measure micro – improvements in future skills growth
  • Earn a certificate for 12 hours of online psychotherapy training in Feedback-Informed Treatment
  • Earn 12 CE Credits (CEUnits.com)
What Your Colleagues Are Saying

"I like the professional quality of the slides and videos –  great work!"

"I like Scott Miller’s style: brief, humorous and to the point."

"It was good to be more focused & write out script & practice it, I now feel more confident in explaining the ORS."

FIT eLearning Outcomes

1.Does Therapy Work?

Participants will be familiar with research findings in behavioral health outcomes and will be able to identify:

· What is working in the field of psychotherapy (i.e. treatment is efficacious, cost effective etc.).

· What is not working in the field (i.e. high drop outs, stagnant outcomes, etc.).

2. What Works in Therapy?

Participants will learn and be able to:

· Identify and define the factors that account for the efficacy of all talking therapies (i.e. extra-therapeutic factors, therapist factors etc.) and what proportion each of these factors contribute to change.

· Identify what does not account for the efficacy of psychotherapy (i.e. model, and technique).

· Define therapeutic alliance; describe the components that make up the therapeutic alliance.

3. Basic Tenets of Feedback Informed Treatment (FIT)

Participants will learn and be able to:

· Define Feedback Informed Treatment (FIT) and articulate how FIT differs from treatment models and approaches.

· Identify what predicts and what does not predict outcome.

· Explain why it is important to gather formal client feedback on outcome and alliance (i.e. early change, client experience of alliance).

4. Gathering Formal Client Feedback

Participants will learn and be able to:

· Describe what outcome and alliance measures are measuring.

· Describe who developed the Outcome Rating Scale (ORS) and the Session Rating Scale (SRS); why these measures were developed.

· Identify the characteristics of a culture of feedback.

· Articulate why a culture of feedback in therapy is important.

· Be familiar with a number of strategies for enhancing the development of a culture of feedback in therapy.

· Improve their skills in generating honest client feedback, through practice exercises.

5. FIT Skills: Introducing the Outcome Rating Scale (ORS)

Participants will learn:

· How and when to introduce the ORS to clients

· How to score the ORS

· How to track the ORS on a graph

· To be able to administer the ORS to their clients, through practice exercises.

6. FIT Skills: Introducing the Session Rating Scale (SRS)

Participants will learn:

· How and when to introduce the SRS to clients.

· How to score the SRS.

· How to track the SRS on a graph.

· How to administer the SRS to their clients, through practice exercises.

7. Psychometrics of the ORS and the SRS

Participants will learn and be able to:

· Describe the psychometric properties (i.e. reliability, validity, clinical cut-off, reliable change index) of the adult, and child versions of the ORS and SRS (and GSRS).

· To be able to administer the ORS to their clients, through practice exercises.

8. FIT Skills: Integrating Outcome Measures into Clinical Practice

Participants will learn to:

· Understand the clinical cut-off of the ORS and the implications for the dose and intensity of treatment services as well as managing mandated clients.

· Know how to identify cases at risk of drop out or null or negative outcomes based on clients’ change trajectories

· Know when and how to have conversations with their clients about the meanings behind their clients’ scores on the ORS

· Be able to integrate the ORS into their work, through practice exercises.

9. FIT Skills: Using Client Feedback on Alliance Measures to Inform Treatment Practice

Participants will:

· Understand the implications of clinical (alliance) cut off for the SRS on clinical practice.

· Understand the importance of negative feedback and why it is important to elicit honest and useful feedback from clients (ie. risk of drop out)

· Know what questions to ask to get honest feedback.

· Know how to integrate alliance measurement into clinical practice.

· Understand different patterns of scores on the SRS and the implications for clinical practice.

· Be able to identify clients at risk of drop out or null or negative outcomes based on their SRS scores.

· Learn how to discuss SRS scores with clients.

· Through practice exercises, improve their skills in generating honest client feedback and discussing SRS score

10. FIT Skills: Documentation

Participants will:

· Understand the importance of and will be able to develop service delivery agreements that include clients’ reasons for seeking service, clients’ preferences, agreement on goals/meaning/purpose and method that will be used in treatment.

· Be able to use the “Feedback-Informed Treatment Progress Note” to document clients’ progress and changes in treatment plans

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11. FIT Skills: FIT in Group Work

Participants will:

· Become familiar with the FIT measures used in group work.

· Learn how the GSRS differs from the SRS.

· Learn how to administer, score and track the ORS and GSRS in group work.

· Learn how to integrate FIT in group work; specifically, how to address client feedback in the group context and use the feedback to inform group therapy practice.

12. FIT Skills: FIT in Couple and Family Work

Participants will:

· Be able to administer the ORS and SRS (and appropriate child versions) in couple and family therapy sessions.

· Be able to discuss feedback generated by partners and family members with family members in sessions.

· Know how to track outcome and alliance scores and draw comparisons of client progress with the couple or family context.

· Be able to use client feedback on outcome and alliance to inform practice decisions in family and couple therapy.

· Be familiar with the CORS, CSRS, YCORS, YCSRS and will know how to administer, score and track these measures.

· Be able to identify the difference between the adult and child versions of the ORS and SRS (i.e. language and literacy levels of the CORS and CSRS, clinical cutoff etc.)

· Know how to determine when it is appropriate to use the CORS, CSRS, YCORS and YCSRS rather than the adult versions of the measures.

· Understand how to interpret client ORS scores (change trajectories) as they pertain to client progress.

· Be able to compare client progress to normative samples

· Be able to identify when clients' change trajectories are on or off track

FIT Deliberate Practice eLearning Outcomes

13. Client Feedback- A Necessary First Step

Participants will:

· Be able to understand clinical outcomes.

· Understand the psychometric properties of the ORS and SRS.

· Be able to interpret outcome reports.

14. Beyond Feedback- The rest of the story…

Participants will:

· Understand what works and does not work in professional development.

· Understand the key components of deliberate practice.

· Establish your baseline of performance so that you can measure incremental improvements.

For a limited time, Better Results Registered Participants receive exclusive access to the GET FIT NOW training package for only $179.00.
Enroll now to claim your access and recieve step-by-step support from Scott on how to:

· Create a meaningful out

come and session rating process for clients

· Use the scores and discussing these with clients to improve therapy

· Adopt a simple red, yellow and green signalling system to keep sessions on track

· Create a culture of feedback in your practice

· Map your clinical effectiveness across clients

· Identify your professional baseline and measure micro – improvements in future skills growth

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