NP007 New Perspectives on Practice: The Road to Clinical Excellence On-Demand
Do you fear that ONLY Super-Star therapists can consistently achieve positive results with all kinds of clients? Not so! New research on excellence reveals that a few straightforward, but unexpected practices can enhance your clinical effectiveness quickly and dramatically.
Join Us On The Road To The Psychotherapy Of The Future
Scott Miller, Etienne Wenger, Barry Duncan, Michael Lambert, Robbie Babins-Wagner, William Pinsof, and a bonus session with Donald Meichenbaum. Host: Rich Simon
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Want To Achieve Better Results With All Your Clients?
Learn how to dramatically increase your clinical impact by incorporating feedback measures in your work. Discover how joining a "community of practice" can put you on the fast-track to clinical mastery.
Session 1 Achieving Clinical Excellence Scott Miller, Ph.D.
Why experience, theoretical orientation, and interpersonal skills are not highly correlated with outcome
How to radically improve performance through routine client feedback, accurate self-assessment, and deliberate practice
How to reinforce your own clinical growth by creating "cultures of excellence"
Session 2 Communities of Practice Etienne Wenger, Ph.D.
How key learning processes and relationships in a community of practice differ from standard training and formal curricula
Why individuals need communities to help problem-solve, gain perspective on their own practice and keep up with change
How to navigate the increasingly complex landscape of practice in the Internet Age
Session 3 How We Get Better Barry Duncan, Psy.D.
What more than 1,000 studies have taught us about the science of the therapeutic alliance
What "healing involvement" is and how to attain it even when your client doesn't like you
How to radically improve your effectiveness using the professional mantra "measure, measure, measure"
Session 4 From Evidence-Based Practice to Practice-Based Evidence Michael Lambert, Ph.D.
How to incorporate measures of change in symptoms, interpersonal problems, social-role functioning, and quality of life in your work
How to determine a client's progress between sessions
When to use clinical support tools if a client appears to be heading downhill
Session 5 Building a Culture of Excellence Robbie Babins-Wagner, M.S.W., Ph.D.
Helpful strategies for soliciting, hearing, and effectively using negative feedback from clients
How to use outcome measures to develop mastery within specific clinical domains, such as depression, domestic violence, or anxiety
How to create a work environment in an agency or with other private practitioners to support Feedback Informed Treatment
Session 6 Bringing Science into Clinical Practice William Pinsof, Ph.D.
How to work collaboratively with clients for assessment, treatment planning, progress tracking, and termination planning
How to track client change in specific symptom domains, such as anger, trust, sexuality, commitment, and positive affect
How to monitor the therapeutic alliance and to repair it when ruptures occur
Bonus Session Tuesday What Expert Therapists Do Donald Meichenbaum, Ph.D.
How to use web-based training procedures to enhance your expertise
The best ways to use computer technology as an adjunctive clinical tool
How to master the core tasks of psychotherapy
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Preview Bonus Presenter Donald Meichenbaum
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Our Presenters Are Leaders In The Field
Scott Miller, Ph.D., is the founder of the International Center for Clinical Excellence. He conducts workshops and training in the United States and abroad, helping hundreds of agencies and organizations to achieve superior results. He's authored numerous articles and books, and he's the coauthor of The Heart and Soul of Change and The Heroic Client: Principles of Client-Directed, Outcome-Informed Clinical Work. His work is featured at the Evolution of Psychotherapy Conference.
Etienne Wenger, Ph.D., researcher, author, and consultant, is a recognized pioneer in exploring the processes of social learning. He's the author or coauthor of Situated Learning, which introduced the concept of communities of practice; Cultivating Communities of Practice, for practitioners in organizations; and Digital Habitats, on technology for fostering communities.
Barry Duncan, Psy.D., is the director of the Heart and Soul of Change Project and author or coauthor of 15 books, including The Heart and Soul of Change, 2nd edition, The Heroic Client, and On Becoming a Better Therapist.
Michael Lambert, Ph.D., is a researcher in the areas of psychotherapy outcome, process, and the measurement of change. He’s a professor of psychology at Brigham Young University and has edited, authored, or coauthored nine academic books, 40 book chapters, and over 150 scientific articles. He’s the coauthor of the Outcome Questionnaire. His most recent book is The Prevention of Treatment Failure: Measuring, Monitoring, and Feedback in Clinical Practice.
Robbie Babins-Wagner, M.S.W., Ph.D., is the CEO of the Calgary Counselling Center in Alberta, Canada, where she implemented Feedback Informed Treatment. She's an AAMFT approved supervisor with more than 31 years of experience as a therapist and clinical supervisor.
William Pinsof, Ph.D., is president of the Family Institute, clinical professor in the Department of Psychology at Northwestern University, where he's also the director of the Center for Applied Psychological and Family Studies. He's an AAMFT approved supervisor and the author of Integrative Problem Centered Therapy: A Synthesis of Family, Individual and Biological Therapies, and he's edited four books, including Family Psychology: The Art of the Science.
Donald Meichenbaum, Ph.D., a founder of Cognitive Behavioral Modification, was voted one of the 10 most influential psychotherapists of the century in a survey reported in the American Psychologist. An expert in the treatment of PTSD, he's the author of A Clinical Handbook/Practical Therapist Manual for Assessing and Treating Adults with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder.
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