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Free Resource Reveals the True Path to Better Results

| January 10, 2021

Humility! Turns out it’s more than just a common quality of highly effective therapists, humility is actually a prerequisite! Studies confirm “professional self-doubt” is not only a strong predictor of both alliance and outcome but actually a prerequisite for acquiring therapeutic expertise. Speaking specifically to the field of psychotherapy in, Humility: The paradoxical foundation for psychotherapy expertise, the authors, Hook, Watkins, […]

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Feedback Informed Treatment in Group Settings

| November 23, 2020

The heart of Feedback-Informed Treatment (FIT) is using information generated though routine monitoring of the therapeutic relationship and progress in treatment to adjust service delivery. With MyOutcomes® the standard Outcome Rating Scale (ORS) is used to measure progress reported by group members. To monitor the quality of the alliance, the Group Session Rating Scale (GSRS) […]

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Struggling to administer the ORS and SRS in remote sessions?

| October 10, 2020

I do not know of any other time in modern history where the need for access to mental health care in the world has been greater and, with the constraints of mitigation, harder to access. It’s no wonder this year’s World Mental Health Day campaign is Move for mental health: let’s invest. In the announcement, Dr Tedros Adhanom […]

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Managing Utilization in a Virtual World

| July 17, 2020

Providing Your Clinical Staff with the Support They Need When you purchase MyOutcomes for your agency it is usually because the evidence has convinced you that by integrating the feedback-informed treatment (FIT) model into their practices, your clinical staff will be more effective with their clients. The success of your staff and clients, in turn, […]

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Add Another Layer of Security to Thwart the Bad Guys Two-Factor Authentication

| June 18, 2020

As if we didn’t have enough to contend with these days, cyber experts are reporting that the bad players…hackers, purveyors of viruses, e.g. as ransomware, and so forth…have upped their game. Whether it is state-sponsored theft of personal information or individual attempts to wreak havoc, the core motivation is the same…to cause harm. Regardless of […]

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Does Documentation Improve Treatment Outcomes?

| June 11, 2020

“I know we can help you successfully collect outcome data, the trick is learning to use that data to inform and improve care”, a phrase I often repeat during implementation consultations. That being said, just being able to successfully collect outcome data seems to have become the unofficially minimum standard. Believe me, I get it, just having […]

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MyOutcomes Bells and Whistles

| January 10, 2020

When people decide not to subscribe to MyOutcomes, often it’s because it’s too expensive or they don’t need all the bells and whistle‘s.  We have created a solution. A standalone app you download from the App Store or Google Play. A simple step towards collecting client outcome and session rating results and using the realtime feedback, […]

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The Era of Average is Over!

| December 21, 2019

An RCT reporting reliable and clinically significant change instills a high degree of confidence in the results. So why does strictly adhering to a manualized EBP, with multiple published RCT’s in top tier journals, often fail to translate into even noticeable improvements in clinical settings? Experience suggests that the real world is more heterogeneous than […]

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The Power of Outcome Driven Recovery in Mental Health

| April 8, 2016

Discover the power of an Outcome Orientated Approach to Recovery Join me Friday 27, May 2016 in the historic market town of Newark, on the River Trent, for a coming together of minds to share experience and research on the benefits and challenges of embedding the routine administration of the ORS and SRS into a recovery oriented service delivery […]

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Are clients with very high ORS scores considered to be at risk ?

| January 27, 2016

High ORS scores; a risk or not? The continuous high ORS scores are a good predictor of success and there are a large group of people who don't experience a decline after early improvement, but it is good clinical practice to prepare the client in case it doesn't maintain. This would then have a much […]

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