Tag: Scott Miller

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 the Time of Corona

| May 15, 2020

The Better Results with Scott D. Miller Live Meet Up was held yesterday. Feedback-Informed Practitioners, from around the world, joined in to listen and participate in a discussion about Feedback-Informed Treatment and FIT Deliberate Practice. FIT Trainer and MyOutcomes Executive Director, Cindy Hansen was the host and moderator for this event. Scott D. Miller is […]

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Does Feedback-Informed Treatment Work?

| March 8, 2020

The truth is, it depends. First, it depends on what you mean by Feedback-Informed Treatment (FIT). If you think it means faithfully collecting session data your right, but if all you’re doing is collecting data you’re missing the point and your clients are missing the benefits. Unfortunately just taking the time and resources to implement […]

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What is feedback, and why do we need it in therapy?

| August 12, 2014

What is feedback and Why do we need feedback in therapy? Being associated with an organization that focuses so much on evidence based therapy I naturally got inquisitive about how did all this start? I mean who coined the term feedback, why and how was it used initially, how much is it being used in […]

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Strategies for Becoming a Highly Effective Agency: A Webinar by Dr. Scott Miller

| April 1, 2014

  Strategies for Becoming a Highly Effective Agency A Webinar by Dr. Scott Miller MyOutcomes recently hosted a webinar where Dr. Scott Miller shared 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 […]

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Therapists Don’t Learn from Feedback?

| September 15, 2013

A clinic director recently sent in the following question: “These measures claim to improve therapist skills, yet there has been a recent study showing that therapists did not learn from the feedback on the two measures (ORS and SRS) and did not improve their skills.

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Barry Duncan's Views on MyOutcomes Version 11

| August 2, 2013

See what Dr. Barry Duncan has to say about MyOutcomes’ version 11 tool Doctors Barry Duncan and Scott Miller developed a simple yet innovative technique that focuses on the client – therapist relationship and the outcomes achieved as perceived by the client. This technique is known as Client-Directed Outcome-Informed Therapy or CDOI as it is […]

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Achieving Clinical Excellence

| April 16, 2013

Everywhere, mental health practitioner are being asked to do more with less; less money, less time, and less support. Are you prepared for the challenging times ahead? Consider joining us, this May in Amsterdam, for the International Achieving Clinical Excellence Conference. Learn how to respond to the new demands, as well as grow professionally, in […]

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Feedback-Informed Treatment designated as an “Evidence-Based Practice”

| February 8, 2013

Feedback Informed Treatment has now become Feedback Informed Treatment EBP! FIT been added to SAMSHA's official database of evidence-based practices. SAMSHA's National Registry of Evidence-based Programs and Practices (NREPP) is a searchable online registry of mental health and substance abuse interventions that have been reviewed and rated by independent reviewers. The purpose of this registry […]

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Isn’t the ORS and SRS just a patient satisfaction measure?

| January 25, 2013

“Isn't it really just a patient satisfaction measure and what do they tell you anyway?” is one of the three typical questions asked regarding the ORS and SRS, according to Scott Miller, who along with Barry Duncan, developed these two therapeutic tools. This is actually a two-part question that attempts to challenge the validity of […]

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