Title of Work
Attrition rates and deterioration of counselling and psychotherapy clients are two major concerns for those delivering psychological therapies across differential modalities. While a variety of correlations are said to contribute to attrition and deterioration such as, client, therapist and clinical level, identifying and improving outcomes for this cohort of people in routine practice is difficult. Even with the addition of hundreds of empirically supported treatments added to the profession, outcomes have not improved in line with these new approaches. Methods to limit the extent of poor outcomes has been established in the extent literature, thus, practice-based evidence is put forward focusing on Feedback Informed Treatment (FIT)
"The Role of Practice-Based Evidence and Feedback Informed Treatment for Improving Therapy Outcomes,"
Counseling and Family Therapy Scholarship Review: Vol. 3
, Article 2.
Available at: https://epublications.regis.edu/cftsr/vol3/iss1/2