Preview Mode Links will not work in preview mode

Frontiers Radio is a podcast for psychotherapists who value deep learning and individualized development that translates to better results with the people you aspire to improve.
Check out the blog for more: darylchow.com/frontiers

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:

  1. Seek to be Disconfirmed
  2. The Devil is the Details Between Sessions
  3. How to Use Measures Less Like an Assessment Tool...


Time Stamps:

00:00: Introduction
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.

Related Links:

  1. Melissa Bond's research on the limitations of the DASS measure and why it was not designed to be used as a routine outcome measure.
  2. Podcast episode on The Dyson Vacuum Cleaner and Making Progress Visible


 

---

📜 Becoming a Deep Learner:
If you value lifelong learning and want to leverage this into your clinical effectiveness as a mental health professional, check out The Deep Learner course. https://darylchowcourses.teachable.com/p/deeplearner/ -

--
🎁 Finally, would like to receive 5 wicked handpicked recommendations each Friday? Subscribe to our Frontiers Friday newsletter: 🎯 https://darylchow.substack.com

Here's a sample of past FF newsletters:
1. On Highly Sensitive Persons: https://darylchow.substack.com/p/4760832_frontiers-friday-101-sensitivity-part-i-
2. On Emotions: https://darylchow.substack.com/p/4760804_frontiers-friday-95-emotions-part-i-
3. On Deliberate Practice: https://darylchow.substack.com/p/4760599_frontiers-friday-51-deliberate-practice-part-v-