Tag: Mental health and technology

Who’s in Lockdown?

Who’s in Lockdown?

| April 20, 2020

Scott Miller is still locked down in Chicago. Are you sheltering in place? Feeling Locked down? A few weeks ago Scott was asked in a group chat if he could offer some kind of live support, now that his workshop and training events have for now all been postponed or cancelled. Since he can’t come […]

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Ethics and Effectiveness in the Age of Social Distancing

Ethics and Effectiveness in the Age of Social Distancing

| April 10, 2020

At a time when the need for your help is greater than ever, and you are already dealing with all the adjustments in your own life, the demand to switch to a phone or web based therapy setting can feel overwhelming. Dedicated FIT practitioners everywhere are questioning how to safely and responsibly work with clients, now […]

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Telehealth options for Feedback-Informed Practitioners

Telehealth options for Feedback-Informed Practitioners

| March 19, 2020

  To help prevent the spread of COVID-19, governments and health authorities are implementing social distancing measures. Providing face-to-face psychotherapy is not advisable, and everyone is coping with a sudden need to adjust  to phone or web based communication options. In an effort to help with this transition, last weekend FIT Trainer and MyOutcomes Executive Director, […]

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MyOutcomes Bells and Whistles

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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Feedback in Therapy and Technology

Feedback in Therapy and Technology

| July 1, 2013

With the advent of new technology and web-enabled devices like smart phones, iPads, tablets etc. the way we do things and store data has drastically changed. Healthcare in general and behavioral healthcare per se is also keeping up with this trend with more and more practitioners preferring electronic records over paper. The benefits are galore […]

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Moving with the times in Mental Health

Moving with the times in Mental Health

| April 26, 2013 | 0 Comments

The trend in behavioural health is changing worldwide where psychologists and behavioural health practitioners are asked to do more with less. There is demand for increased documentation and accountability amidst funding challenges. Add to this rising caseloads and challenging clinical problems. In mental health per se, psychologists frequently fail to identify failing cases resulting in […]

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MyOutcomes Version 11 “far more visually appealing”

MyOutcomes Version 11 “far more visually appealing”

| April 2, 2013

I have been provided the distinct opportunity to review the new and improved, soon-to-be-released MyOutcomes Version 11. Over the next few blogs, I will be writing about this experience in relationship to the soon-to-be-old version of MyOutcomes. Change is always occurring. Sometimes change is good, sometimes not so good. In this particular situation, change is […]

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