Enhancing outcome for potential treatment failures : Therapist-client feedback and clinical support tools

  title={Enhancing outcome for potential treatment failures : Therapist-client feedback and clinical support tools},
  author={S. Cory Harmon and Michael J. Lambert and David M. Smart and Eric J. Hawkins and Stevan Lars Nielsen and Karstin Slade and Wolfgang Lutz},
Enhancing treatment outcomes for clients who are predicted to deteriorate before leaving treatment has important implications for quality of client care. The effects of three interventions aimed at reducing client deterioration were examined in a sample of 1,374 clients whose outcome was contrasted across experimental groups and with a no-feedback/ archival control group consisting of data from 1,445 clients. Results indicated that feedback to therapists reduced deterioration rates and improved… CONTINUE READING
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