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Routine outcome monitoring in couple and family therapy : the empirically informed therapist

Author: Terje Tilden; Bruce E Wampold
Publisher: Cham, Switzerland : Springer, [2017]
Series: European Family Therapy Association series.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This research-to-practice manual introduces Routine Outcome Monitoring (ROM), a feedback-based approach to preventing impasses and relapses in couple and family therapy as well as within other psychotherapy approaches. This book discusses how ROM has been developed and experienced within the Norwegian couples and family therapy community in line with international trends of bridging the gap between clinical practice  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Printed edition:
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Terje Tilden; Bruce E Wampold
ISBN: 9783319506753 3319506757
OCLC Number: 974650296
Description: 1 online resource (XI, 290 pages)
Contents: Part I: introduction. --
How do I know whether my efforts are helpful for the client? implementing feedback in Norway --
Part II: Couple and family therapy in Norway --
The history of family therapy in Norway --
A sociological perspective on changes in the family in Norway --
Family therapy and philosophy inspiration and frustration --
Part III: Practice-oriented research and routine outcome monitoring --
The systemic therapy inventory of change--STIC : a multi-systemic and multi-dimensional system to integrate science into psychotherapeutic practice --
The Norwegian directorate for children, youth and family affairs' efforts to implement feedback in routine couple and family therapy --
Feedback as means to enhance client-therapist interaction in therapy --
Does feedback enhance user involvement in therapy? --
Empirically informed therapy conducted at the family unit, modum bad --
Family therapy and holistic complexity--an ethnographic approach to therapeutic practice in a Norwegian psychiatric clinic --
An anthill of questions that made me prepare for the first session : a clinical vignette of the usage of STIC feedback system --
Lessons learned from the implementation of a feedback system in couple and family therapy --
Part IV: reflections from abroad on couple and family therapy in Norway --
How, when, and why do people change through psychological interventions?--patient-focused psychotherapy research --
How to use research to become more effective therapists --
How can outcome data inform change? experiences from the child mental health context in Great Britain, including barriers and facilitators to the collection and use of data --
Part V: Concluding remarks --
Epilogue.
Series Title: European Family Therapy Association series.
Responsibility: edited by Terje Tilden, Bruce E. Wampold.

Abstract:

This research-to-practice manual introduces Routine Outcome Monitoring (ROM), a feedback-based approach to preventing impasses and relapses in couple and family therapy as well as within other psychotherapy approaches. This book discusses how ROM has been developed and experienced within the Norwegian couples and family therapy community in line with international trends of bridging the gap between clinical practice and research. Locating the method in evidence-based systemic practice, contributors describe the core techniques, tools, and process of ROM, including examples of effective uses of feedback over different stages of therapy, with individuals in family context, and implemented in different countries. Giving clients this level of control in treatment reinforces the concept of therapy as a collaborative process, fostering client engagement and involvement, commitment to treatment, and post-treatment progress. ROM is applicable across clinical settings and clinician orientations for maximum utility in work with clients, and in building therapeutic self-awareness. Features of the book: " Theoretical and empirical context for using ROM with families and couples." Tools and procedures, including the Systemic Therapy Inventory of Change." Guidelines for treatment planning, implementation, and evaluation." Common challenges in using ROM with couples and families." Supervisory, training, and ethical issues." Examples and vignettes showing ROM in action. With its deep potential for promoting client progress as well as therapist development, Routine Outcome Monitoring in Couple and Family Therapy: The Empirically Informed Therapist will attract practitioners and research professionals particularly interested in clinical practice, client-directed methods, and couple or family therapy.

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