FIT Practitioner Challenge Giveaway

The first 20 people to complete the six Feedback Informed Treatment lesson with a cumulative score of 80% or higher will be entered in a draw to win a hardcover, first edition of Feedback-Informed Treatment in Clinical Practice. 

 

This book brings together clinicians, supervisors, and agency managed who have successfully integrated FIT into clinical practice. Each provides helpful advice for mental health practitioners who work with different types of clients in a variety of settings, including private practice, clinics and agencies, child and family therapy, LGBTQ counseling, the criminal justice system, and pharmacies.

Take the FIT Practitioner Challenge by requesting to join FIT Basics: Practitioner Development before time runs out.

FIT Basics: Practitioner Development is a series of trainings on Feedback-informed Treatment (FIT) core competencies curated by Measurement-based Care expert and Certified FIT Trainer, Cindy Hansen.

Weekly lessons start with a content and activities section. Spend an hour each week engaging in the program. Take the brief multiple-choice quiz to test your knowledge, before moving on to the next step.

Feedback-Informed Treatment and its many iterations have come to be recognized as best practices, because they produce better results.

 

Keep doing whatever is working but know that if you increase your FIT skills, it’s going to start showing up in really gratifying ways.

 

The FIT Basics: Practitioner Development program includes lectures from Scott D. Miller and closely follows the original activities and goals we developed during the 2015 ICCE eLearning initiative. There’s not only materials to read, engaging lectures and demonstrations to watch, you're also going to be collaborating with peers from around the world as you move through these six lessons.

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Take the FIT Practitioner Challenge by requesting to join FIT Basics: Practitioner Development before time runs out.

FIT Basics: Practitioner Development

The goal of offering this online training in FIT Basics is to help fifty talk therapy professionals become Certified FIT Practitioners in 2022/23.

Will you be one of them? 

Our quality material - curated and carefully prepared by experts - has achieved great results in the past. Our accredited FIT training modules cut to the core of the subjects they cover, dissecting them in ways that are comprehensible and engaging to viewers. Whatever your individual goals may be, we’re confident that our FIT Practitioner Development Programs will foster consistent and substantial improvements.

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Week 1

Participants will be familiar with research findings in behavioral health outcomes and will be able to identify:
- What is working in the field of psychotherapy (i.e. treatment is efficacious, cost effective etc.).
- What is not working in the field (i.e. high drop outs, stagnant outcomes, etc.).

Meeting

Week 4

Describe the item and include any relevant details. Participants will learn and be able to:
- Describe what outcome and alliance measures are measuring.
- Describe who developed the Outcome Rating Scale (ORS) and the Session Rating Scale (SRS); why these measures were developed.
- Identify the characteristics of a culture of feedback.
- Articulate why a culture of feedback in therapy is important.
- Be familiar with a number of strategies for enhancing the development of a culture of feedback in therapy.
- Improve their skills in generating honest client feedback, through practice exercises.

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Week 2

Participants will learn and be able to:
- Identify and define the factors that account for the efficacy of all talking therapies.

- Identify what does not account for the efficacy of psychotherapy (i.e. model, and technique). 

- Define therapeutic alliance; describe the components that make up the therapeutic alliance.

Psychology Appointment

Week 5

Participants will learn:
- How and when to introduce the ORS to clients
- How to score the ORS
- How to track the ORS on a graph
- To be able to administer the ORS to their clients, through practice exercises.

 

Checklist

Week 3

Participants will learn and be able to:
- Define Feedback Informed Treatment (FIT) and articulate how FIT differs from treatment models and approaches.
- Identify what predicts and what does not predict outcome.

- Explain why it is important to gather formal client feedback on outcome and alliance (i.e. early change, client experience of alliance).

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Week 6

Participants will learn:
- How and when to introduce the SRS to clients.
- How to score the SRS.
- How to track the SRS on a graph.
- How to administer the SRS to their clients, through practice exercises.

What We’re All About

You’re invited to take control of your learning path by joining our community. Since our founding, we’ve strived to create the perfect virtual learning experience for all our users. In 2015 the ICCE eLearning initiative created a new educational format designed to help highlight both your strengths and weaknesses, to identify what you've learned well and where you can learn a little bit more.​

 

There’re not only materials to read, engaging lectures and demonstrations to watch, you're also going to be collaborating with peers from around the world as you move through these six lessons. Catering to multiple levels of interest, you can watch videos and take the quiz to test your knowledge or go deep and engage in all the recommended activities.  ​

FIT Implementation Consultation

Book a free consultation to see if training with Cindy Hansen CFT is right for you and your team.