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Feedback Informed Treatment

We believe in and practice Feedback Informed Treatment (FIT). FIT involves "the integration of the best available research and monitoring of patient progress (and of changes in the patient's circumstances - e.g., job loss, major illness) that may suggest the need to adjust the treatment. (e.g., problems in the therapeutic relationship or in the implementation of the goals of the treatment)" (APA Task Force on Evidence-Based Practice, 2006, pp. 273, 276-277).

By providing support during the process of therapy, connecting to people where they live and feel, I help clients move forward to the goals they set for themselves. We focus on what is important in therapy. By monitoring your personal well-being, your relationships, your social connections, and your overall sense of well-being we ensure that your therapy stays on target. We combine these measures with an opportunity to give me immediate feedback at the end of every session. This helps ensure I provide what you need in therapy. We look at four areas proven to ensure productive therapy. We look at how well you felt understood, whether we worked on your goals, whether there was a good fit between us, and how you felt about the session overall.

For more information please visit the Center for Clinical Excellence here.

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