Learning to read data like you read sessions … (just read the book!)

In their new book Outcome Measures and Evaluation in Counselling and Psychotherapy, authors Chris Evans and Jo-anne Carlyle have pulled off a rare feat. In making some important statistical concepts accessible, presenting ‘for’ and ‘against’ arguments for measurement in a balanced way, and leading the reader through a range of implementation scenarios, they have written the…

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Does supervision affect therapy outcomes?

The problem we have with supervision Mentioned no less than 26 times in BACP’s Ethical Framework, supervision has a central place in our professions. Its role in facilitating our professional development and promoting the welfare of clients almost goes without saying. Most of us value supervision, find it helpful, and wouldn’t countenance being without it.…

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