It doesn’t get easier than this to take your client’s psychological temperature, or indeed your own. We’re developing online measures for your clients to complete that can support your work together. Measures that require no fancy platform. Measures that need leave no online trace when they’re completed. We’d love you to give one a test drive and give us some feedback.
In the week that a further study has provided evidence that feedback from measures can reduce therapy duration and lower drop out, we’re delighted to be able to announce a resource that might help you to use them very simply in your work.
Here’s one we prepared earlier
Up until now, there’s been no simple way for practitioners to use outcome measures that doesn’t require a paper version, an online platform, or some level of IT skill.
Here at Therapy Meets Numbers we think we’ve developed an elegant solution. Online measures for your clients to complete that can support your work together. Measures that help you quantify your client’s level of distress and risk. Measures that require no fancy platform. Measures that need leave no online trace when they’re completed.
How do they work?
The best way to show you is to invite you to view the video below. It’s based on the CORE-10 measure, and it’s the first of a range of measures that we have planned. It will require less than two minutes of your time.
After that, we’d love for you to take the measure itself for a spin via the link below. We’d love it even more if you would give us some brief anonymous feedback.
We’re working on a range of measures, so you can see this as just the beginning. Over time we plan to grow a suite of measures to suit different needs and ways of working.
The measures are designed to be used with clients, but there’s no reason why you can’t use them to monitor your own psychological temperature from time to time, like I do (the clue to my habitual symptom is in the main image above).
Why not go and give the CORE-10 a spin for yourself now? Simply type your name where indicated in the dialogue box below and hit enter.
At the end of the interaction we’ll ask you for some brief feedback on how useful you might find these kinds of measures in your work. The responses you make to the measure and your email address are deleted when you finish running the interaction. Your feedback will be retained anonymously.
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