Articles Tagged "engagement"

Abstract Aim This paper presents results of a five-year project to implement measurement and feedback processes, also referred to as feedback informed treatment, within seven agencies providing school-based mental health services to K-12 students. The purpose was to monitor rates of improvement on a measure of global distress over time. Method A standardized measure of […]

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Psychotherapy research has consistently indicated that the quality of the therapeutic alliance is one of the most reliable predictors of treatment outcomes.  Indeed, clients with a weaker alliance to their therapist tend to make less progress in therapy and/or prematurely dropout.  In a recent study, Nof, Amir, Goldstein, and Zilcha-Mana (2020) attempted to predict the […]