Flip Jan van Oenen

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BACKGROUND Immediate patient feedback has been shown to improve outcomes for patients in mild distress but it is unclear whether psychiatric patients in severe distress benefit equally from feedback. This study investigates the efficacy of an immediate feedback instrument in the treatment of patients with acute and severe psychosocial or psychiatric(More)
BACKGROUND More and more criticism is being levelled at the traditional cornerstones of psychiatric treatment such as medication, diagnostics and the specific effectiveness of treatment models. On the other hand, however, increasing attention is being given to other 'non-specific' factors such as the quality of the working alliance, the value of feedback(More)
BACKGROUND This study looks at the effect of immediate session-by-session feedback using short questionnaires for evaluating outcome of and alliance in the therapy. Research data strongly suggests that using this feedback informed treatment improves the outcome of therapy. However, until now, this method of Miller and Duncan has only been examined in(More)
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