Maartje A. M. S. van Sonsbeek

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BACKGROUND Routine Outcome Monitoring refers to regular measurements of clients' progress in clinical practice, aiming to evaluate and, if necessary, adapt treatment. Clients fill out questionnaires and clinicians receive feedback about the results. Studies concerning feedback in youth mental health care are rare. The effects of feedback, the importance of(More)
The Treatment Support Measure (TSM) Parent and Youth were created to help clinicians with actionable feedback when youths are not making sufficient progress in treatment. This study examined the psychometric properties of the Dutch TSM Parent and TSM Youth. Parents (n = 172) and youth (n = 122) were recruited at 2 outpatient mental health care institutions.(More)
BACKGROUND Routine outcome monitoring (rom) is becoming an integral part of many treatment procedures. In order to promote the use of rom in such procedures attention needs to focus more on the functions of rom than on implementation strategies.<br/> AIM: To clarify what functions rom must be able to perform for the clinician and client if it is to be used(More)
BACKGROUND The Evidence-Based Practice Attitude Scale (EBPAS) was developed in the United States to assess attitudes of mental health and welfare professionals toward evidence-based interventions. Although the EBPAS has been translated in different languages and is being used in several countries, all research on the psychometric properties of the EBPAS(More)
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