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Improving treatment with feedback: Feedback-informed care and deliberate practice with Dr. Scott Miller

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In this conversation, Dan speaks with Dr. Scott Miller about improving psychotherapy using feedback and using feedback to facilitate deliberate practice.
The conversation covers Scott's journey in the field of therapy, his experiences in different settings, and the development of feedback-informed treatment (FIT). FIT involves soliciting formal feedback from clients about their progress and engagement in therapy. The therapist uses this feedback to tailor the treatment to better fit the client's needs. The conversation also touches on the importance of monitoring outcomes and the challenges of implementing feedback-informed care. In this part of the conversation, Scott and Dan discuss the importance of measuring progress and using feedback to inform treatment decisions. They emphasize the need to consider adding or removing elements from the treatment plan if there is no progress after a certain number of sessions. They also discuss the concept of outcome-focused treatment and the importance of involving the client in the decision-making process. Scott shares an analogy from medicine to illustrate the need for a collaborative approach to treatment. They also discuss the challenges and objections to implementing measurement-based care, including concerns about burdening clients and the need for training and support for clinicians. They highlight the benefits of using feedback measures to facilitate conversations about termination and the potential for improving outcomes through deliberate practice.
Special Guest:
Dr. Scott Miller: Make sure to check out Scott's website which is full of useful resources!

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Leave a voice message on Speakpipe
🎞️Video version of the show@PsychotherapyAppliedPsychology on YouTube
🎧 Listen on your podcast player of choice
Connect with Dan
🔗LinkedIn
🐥@TheAPPod on twitter
📬TheAppliedPsychologyPodcast@gmail.com

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In this conversation, Dan speaks with Dr. Scott Miller about improving psychotherapy using feedback and using feedback to facilitate deliberate practice.
The conversation covers Scott's journey in the field of therapy, his experiences in different settings, and the development of feedback-informed treatment (FIT). FIT involves soliciting formal feedback from clients about their progress and engagement in therapy. The therapist uses this feedback to tailor the treatment to better fit the client's needs. The conversation also touches on the importance of monitoring outcomes and the challenges of implementing feedback-informed care. In this part of the conversation, Scott and Dan discuss the importance of measuring progress and using feedback to inform treatment decisions. They emphasize the need to consider adding or removing elements from the treatment plan if there is no progress after a certain number of sessions. They also discuss the concept of outcome-focused treatment and the importance of involving the client in the decision-making process. Scott shares an analogy from medicine to illustrate the need for a collaborative approach to treatment. They also discuss the challenges and objections to implementing measurement-based care, including concerns about burdening clients and the need for training and support for clinicians. They highlight the benefits of using feedback measures to facilitate conversations about termination and the potential for improving outcomes through deliberate practice.
Special Guest:
Dr. Scott Miller: Make sure to check out Scott's website which is full of useful resources!

💬 Click here to text the show!

Leave a voice message on Speakpipe
🎞️Video version of the show@PsychotherapyAppliedPsychology on YouTube
🎧 Listen on your podcast player of choice
Connect with Dan
🔗LinkedIn
🐥@TheAPPod on twitter
📬TheAppliedPsychologyPodcast@gmail.com

  continue reading

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