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Dispelling Myths about Routine Outcomes Monitoring Implementation in Psychotherapy: Real World Examples of Challenges Overcome

Join us for a webinar on Mar 11, 2015 at 10:00 AM EDT.

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This webinar is co-sponsored by the Society for Psychotherapy Research, the Society for the Advancement of Psychotherapy (Division 29 of the American Psychological Association), and the Society for the Exploration of Psychotherapy Integration.

A panel of experts from around the world will discuss challenges and solutions to building systems for routine collection of self-report data from patients, and clinical feedback systems for providers.

The panel, moderated by John Mellor-Clark and Samuel Nordberg, will cover three broad areas of implementation challenge:

  1. Clinical resistance (e.g. clients won’t like it, transference, getting in the way of the alliance, lacking clinical value as a process etc).
  2. Logistical resistance (e.g. time, measurement choice, cost of systems, access to training, etc,)
  3. Insecurity (e.g. misuse of data, misinterpretation of data, confidence in the reliability of data, concerns of poor data quality, etc.)

The panel consists of:

Ben Locke – Penn State University, US
Bill Andrews – Pragmatic Tracker, UK
Kim de Jong – Leiden University, Netherlands
David Ross – Veteran’s Association, Canada
Tommy Skjulsvik – Västra Götalandsregionen, Sweden
Audun Røren – Solli Distriktspsykiatriske Senter, Norway
Carrie Montgomery – Contact, N.Ireland
Fiona McMahon – NHS, Greater Glasgow and Clyde, UK
Kim Juhi Kjaergaard, TUBA, Denmark

One hour will be devoted to a structured discussion, with the remaining half-hour reserved for questions from the audience.


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