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Therapist Feedback

In recent years a mounting body of evidence suggests that providing feedback to therapists regarding their patients' outcomes and trajectory of change while in treatment results in better treatment outcomes. The investigations of the effects of feedback by Michael Lambert and colleagues at BYU is truly ground-breaking. This interview with Michael gives a good sense of the research he is pursuing.

For more discussion on the evidence for the effects of feedback see OutcomesInformedCare.

-- JebBrown - 04 Nov 2006

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