Prevention of Treatment Failure: The Use of Measuring, Monitoring and Feedback in Clinical Practice
- Analyze the methodological features of the initial studies that led to the use of feedback in clinical practice.
- Name the various outcome measures available for measuring and monitoring outcomes in therapy.
- Describe how outcome monitoring is crucial with regard to the American Psychological Association’s definition of evidence-based practice.
- Compare the accuracies of using standardized empirical methods of assessing outcome versus reliance on clinical wisdom and judgment.
- Explain how outcome monitoring has added to the literature on adequate number of psychotherapy sessions in reference to optimal improvement.
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