Jim Fauth to Present on Improving Practice with Clinical Feedback

Dr. Jim Fauth will be presenting Beyond Dissemination of Evidence-based Models: Improving Practice with Clinical Feedback on October 13 at the Massachusetts Psychological Association Annual Conference in Norwood, Massachusetts.

Fauth’s presentation will describe frameworks for directly engaging psychotherapy stakeholders as partners in generating and using process and outcome data that rests on the scholarly literature and is directly relevant to improving their work. First, an overview of theory and research on clinical feedback systems, including the critical ingredients of effective feedback, will be provided. Then, two different types of clinical feedback frameworks will be described.

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