Oct 14, 2022
n this week's tip, I'd talk about how we can specifically listen for changes between sessions, and why measuring a person's wellbeing matters more than a symptom-specific measure.
If you have missed the previous videos on how to improve working alliance and being outcome informed, here are links:
00:47: Listening for Differences Between Sessions
01:02: Limits of Symptom-Specific Measures
02:53: Paying Attention to Changes Outside of Therapy
Note: Any personally identifiable information in clinical examples used are changed, in order to protect their confidentiality and privacy.
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