Effectiveness Bank Additions: Therapy Relationships that Work 4: Managing Perceptions of the Treatment
Clients’ perceptions of and reactions to treatment are the focus of this final of four bulletins recapping 16 reviews for the American Psychological Association. Emerging from psychotherapy research worldwide are practical and effective ways to assess, shape and use these perceptions and reactions to improve outcomes for substance use clients.
Effectiveness Bank Analysis: Feedback on Client Progress among Most Effective Ways to Improve Outcomes
Findings amalgamated for the American Psychological Association show that providing therapists real-time feedback from the client (including substance use clients) on their progress and how to improve it is among the most effective ways available to services to improve outcomes.