Outcomes management, expected treatment response, and severity-adjusted provider profiling in outpatient psychotherapy.

@article{Lutz2002OutcomesME,
  title={Outcomes management, expected treatment response, and severity-adjusted provider profiling in outpatient psychotherapy.},
  author={Wolfgang Lutz and Zoran Martinovich and Kenneth I Howard and S. Couti{\~n}o de Le{\'o}n},
  journal={Journal of clinical psychology},
  year={2002},
  volume={58 10},
  pages={1291-304}
}
To make use of psychotherapy research in practice, therapists need real-time access to valid clinically relevant information about patients. The dose-effect and phase models of psychotherapy provide a theoretical background for empirically based psychotherapy management by describing the systematic nature of progress in therapy and guiding the selection of outcome criteria. Given this theoretical background, it is possible to derive appropriate models for monitoring cases in ongoing therapies… CONTINUE READING

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