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MyOutcomes has a number of free webinars from a variety of experts, e.g. Dr. Scott Miller, Dr. Barry Duncan, & more, in the Feedback-Informed Treatment (FIT) model. Topics range from improving therapist effectiveness to implementing the FIT model into agencies.


Dr. Scott Miller Part 1


Strategies for Becoming a Highly Effective Agency:Webcast 1 – Feedback Informed Treatment

Scott D. Miller, Ph.D.shares his strategies for becoming a highly effective agency. His findings are based on the latest empirical evidence and will help you, your staff or agency:

  • Engage and retain difficult-to-reach patient populations
  • Increase successful treatment completion rates from 50 to 82%
  • Reduce missed or cancelled sessions by 40%

Are you ready to meet the increasing demands of funding sources and regulatory bodies to produce valid and reliable outcome report measures suitable for adults and children?

Want to impress third party payers, funding bodies and regulatory agencies with advanced outcome reporting and clinical evidence of your agency effectiveness?



Dr. Scott Miller Part 2


Strategies for Becoming a Highly Effective Agency:Webcast 2 – Transforming Care, Changing Systems

Scott D. Miller, Ph.D. provides a summary of implementation science and an explanation of how to complete the Feedback Readiness Index and Fidelity Measure. Followed by a live 15-minute Q&A.

Join Dr. Miller as he shares strategies for becoming a feedback-informed system of care. You will learn:

  • The factors that impact the implementation of any new practice
  • The role your agency’s current conditions and culture play in successful implementation
  • How to use The Feedback Readiness Index and Fidelity Measure (FRIFM)


David S. Prescott


Improving Outcomes One Client at a Time
Feedback-Informed Treatment with Adults Who Have Sexually Abused

It is now well-known that Feedback-Informed Treatment using PCOMS is being successfully integrated into agencies and systems of care around the world, but did you know that these measures are gaining prominence in the world of criminal justice as well?

Join David S. Prescott, a leading authority on feedback-informed treatment with adults who have sexually abused, and learn:

  • The current status of treatment for sexual aggression.
  • Strategies for collecting feedback from clients.
  • How feedback measures can aid case management decisions as well as improve client outcomes.


Dr. Jacqueline Sparks


Just Talk… PCOMS as Political Action

At the Heart and Soul of Change Conference, the gentle and powerful Jacqueline Sparks, PhD gave a moving keynote on how:

  • Psychotherapy itself is a political act.
  • What we do in our daily practice, within the sphere of psychotherapy talk or within the confines of our work setting, either supports or undermines systems of injustice and oppression.
  • PCOMS is “Just Talk”; PCOMS systematically includes clients’ voices to guide all treatment decisions.
  • Transforming mental health paperwork, policies to give clients the loudest voice in determining goals and methods for therapy is political action.


Barry L. Duncan, Psy.D. – Part 1


The Art and Science of Becoming a Better Therapist

Dr. Duncan shares clear and compelling advice on how to:

  • identify clients at risk for drop out
  • deal with clients who do not seem to improve over time
  • monitor client progress easily and efficiently

“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.



Barry L. Duncan, Psy.D. – Part 2


The Nuances of Using a Session Rating Scale

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


Barry L. Duncan, Psy.D. – Part 3


Using an Early Warning System

Sign up to view this valuable webinar by Dr. Duncan in which you will learn:

  • How to institute a research validated early warning system in your practice
  • How to improve your effectiveness through early identification of clients who are not responding to therapy
  • How to introduce the Outcome Rating Scale and validate the client via the clinical cut-off
  • How to connect the client’s marks to his or her described experience/reasons for service


Barry L. Duncan, Psy.D. – Part 4


PCOMS—The Four Secrets of Success

Dr. Barry Duncan explains how to use an “early warning system” in your practice.

Dr. Duncan shares the secrets he has learned about how to successfully implement the Partners For Change Outcome Management System (PCOMS).

The Four Secrets:

  • In It for the Long Run
  • Love Your Data
  • Inspire the Front-Line Clinician
  • Supervision for a Change


Dr. Randy Moss


Creating a Culture of Continuous Performance Improvement

Dr. Randy Moss explains how the use of MyOutcomes can help therapists improve supervision, promote reflective practices and increase practitioner development.

Participants specifically learn how:

  • MyOutcomes’ session feedback signals facilitate therapist self-evaluationData from the SRS and ORS can be used to inform and direct clinical supervision
  • Analysis of data helps practitioners discover the qualities, personal biases and gaps in understanding that might adversely affect client outcomes