Tag: therapeutic alliance

Improve Patient Outcomes with the Help of Technology

| May 11, 2021

A lot of therapists making the shift too telemedicine have experienced a few hiccups along the way. Online therapy itself is new and most clinicians have not had any proper training on how to translate their in-person work to a digital platform. Plus, the switch to technology platforms that seem too cumbersome to use, creates even […]

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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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How do I Engage in Psychotherapy Online?

| October 25, 2017

Living in this constantly evolving world requires adaptation in digital technology for efficiency. Using paper and pencil are long gone- they take enormous amount of time as opposed to working on a computer, tablet, or mobile phone. Keeping and utilizing piles of paper are now unnecessary and inefficient, as technology allows you to keep all […]

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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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The Devil's in the Quantifiable Data

| November 20, 2013

How MyOutcomes web-based application of PCOMS enables the use of quantitative data in order to make qualitative judgements about success in therapy What students in clinical/counselling training programs and medical schools  have most in common is that they are all eager to get “out there” and start helping people. Many med students would be happy […]

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