Tag: SRS

Average Intake SRS – Great addition for Deliberate Practice!

| December 30, 2015

Scott elaborates on why and how the Average Intake SRS is important. Improving SRS scores are associated with much better outcomes, about 50% better outcomes.

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Feedback in Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services

| November 4, 2015

The use of the ORS and SRS to facilitate better outcomes in mental health services Parents and family members are usually the first to notice if a child has problems with emotions or behaviour. Some children are not fortunate enough and have to deal with a childhood that is filled with displeasure, aversion, distrust, and […]

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Measuring the Therapeutic Alliance

| June 24, 2015

It is a proven fact that one of the major reasons that clients drop out of therapy is a reported problem with the therapeutic alliance. It is for this reason that alliance is termed  â€œthe soul of therapy” and a “therapist's best friend”. Clearly measuring alliance should be a therapeutic imperative. MyOutcomes® can help with […]

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Using MyOutcomes® and Feedback Informed Treatment to create a culture of continuous performance improvement

| July 4, 2014

This webinar will help you use MyOutcomes to facilitate a culture of continuous performance improvement through Feedback Informed Treatment (FIT). Specifically you will learn how: MyOutcomes‘ session feedback signals facilitate therapist self-evaluation Data from the SRS and ORS can be used to inform and direct clinical supervision Analysis of data helps practitioners discover the qualities, personal […]

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Engagement Is a Perfectly Fine State

| February 19, 2014

A web-based engagement tool and much much more for therapists. I have this therapist friend Christy, who is smart, compassionate and highly capable. Everything one could want in a therapist. What impresses me, however, is her incredible talent for finding connections between things that, to most people, appear to be only loosely connected. For example, […]

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Feedback Sources & Aggregate Stats

| July 15, 2013

A behavioral health practitioner's workload is increasing dramatically as a result of today's increased demand for mental health services. With limited time and with other things interfering with the ability to help clients achieve their therapeutic goals, it is imperative to be able to find information quickly and get results at the click of a […]

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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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The Advantages of Electronic Records over Paper

| April 5, 2013

I'm often asked, “What are the advantages of electronic records versus paper records.” Electronic records are a practice management tool that can give healthcare providers the advantage of transparency and simplified  outcome reporting. Studies have shown that clinicians can become more effective by the management and analysis of data involved in the treatment process. The […]

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How to Use an Early Warning System in Therapy

| October 23, 2012

Webinar series by Dr. Barry Duncan The art and science of becoming a better therapist – using an early warning system in therapy “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.”– […]

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Feedback-Informed Treatment: A New Meta-Analysis

| April 24, 2012

Scott Miller had an excellent article on his Top Performance Blog where he discusses the meta-analysis completed by Michael Lambert and Kenichi Shimokawa on Feedback-Informed Treatment (FIT) which will appear in the second edition of his book, Psychotherapy Relationships that Work (Oxford University Press). He points out these important results: In reviewing studies specific to the ORS and SRS, the […]

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