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Feedback Informed Treatment (FIT) – Beyond Measures in Psychotherapy: Taking Your Personal Best to the Next

Event number: 19116
6 CPD hours
Presenter(s): Daryl Chow, MA, Ph.D.

Agencies and practitioners across the globe are now beginning to realise the potential of implementing routine outcomes monitoring (ROM) in their service deliveries (Miller, Hubble, Chow, Seidel, 2015). It is well-established that ROM doubles the “effect size” (reliable and clinically significant change), cuts dropout rates by as much as half, and reduces deterioration by 33%. (Miller, Bargmann, Chow, Seidel, & Maeschalck, 2015; Miller, Hubble, Chow Seidel, 2013).


However, most clinicians and administrators have not yet found a way to integrate the use of clinical data and clinical intuition in a systematic step-wise sequence. This requires a synergistic micro-to-macro symbiotic process of integrating outcomes “one client at a time,” “one therapist at a time,” and “one agency at a time”.


Learning Outcomes

1 “One Client at a Time”: Participants will learn to use, implement, and guide service deliveries based on routine outcome monitoring (ROM) information;

2 “One Therapist at a Time”: Participants will learn how to employ feedback information to guide their own professional development using a deliberate practice framework, and

3 “One Agency at a Time”: Building upon the first two objectives (“One Client at a Time, and “One Therapist at a Time”), participants will learn to interpret outcome and engagement data to improve service provision as a whole.

4 Raise your effectiveness to the next level

5 To develop a framework for a personalised professional development plan, using principles of deliberate practice.

6 Learn to integrate the use of clinical data and clinical intuition in a systematic step-wise sequence

About the presenter(s)

Daryl Chow, MA, Ph.D., is a senior associate of the International Center for Clinical Excellence. He conducts research and workshops on the development of expertise and highly effective psychotherapists, and ways practitioners can accelerate learning. In 2015, his research on the role of deliberate practice in cultivating superior performance in psychotherapy was nominated the “Most Valuable Paper” by American Psychological Association (APA). He is the co-author of many articles and co-editor and contributing author of, The Write to Recovery: Personal Stories & Lessons about Recovery from Mental Health Concerns. Currently, Daryl maintains a private practice at Henry Street Centre, Western Australia, and continues to serve as a senior psychologist, consulting with clinicians at the Institute of Mental Health, Singapore.


9am registration for 9:30am start – 4:30pm

Online registration


The Treacy Centre
126 The Avenue
Parkville, VIC 3052
Venue is wheelchair accessible
Start date: 25/11/2017
End date: 25/11/2017
Time: 9.30am - 4.30pm


CCOUNP member $250
APS member: $300
APS student $150
Non APS member: $350


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