Barry L. Duncan, Psy.D. – Part 2
The Nuances of Using a Session Rating Scale
Barry L. Duncan, Psy.D.’s work in consumer rights and client feedback led to his partnering with Dr. Scott Miller in developing the Partners for Change Outcome Management System (PCOMS), which has been implemented across the US and Canada, as well as in 20 countries that include national implementation in couple and family centers in Norway. PCOMS is included in SAMHSA’s National Registry of Evidence-based Programs and Practices.
“The first and foremost way to become a better therapist is to add feedback to your work — period. Collecting systematic feedback improves outcomes more than anything since the beginning of psychotherapy. “The first and foremost way to become a better therapist is to add feedback to your work — period. Collecting systematic feedback improves outcomes more than anything since the beginning of psychotherapy.”
– Dr. Barry Duncan.
The third in Dr. Duncan’s series of webinars “How to Use an Early Warning System” takes a closer look at the clinical nuances of using the Session Rating Scale (SRS). The SRS provides feedback on aspects of the therapeutic alliance, including the relational bond as well as the degree of agreement between the client and the clinician regarding the goals and tasks of treatment.
Ask yourself: Do you want to help more clients, more often?
Then sign up to view this valuable webinar by Dr. Duncan in which you will learn:
- How an early warning system can improve effectiveness by early identification of those clients who are not engaging in therapy
- The nuances of how to introduce the Session Rating Scale to achieve maximum client engagement to prevent drop-out
- How to encourage client disclosure of problems
- How to capitalize on the ratings when they are good
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