OQ Measures is a proud Emerald Partner Sponsor of the upcoming Generations 2020 event. Date: March 23rd & 24th, 2020 Location: Salt Palace Convention Center, 100 So. West Temple, Salt Lake City, Utah Innovative Formats International & National Experts Up to 21.75 CE/CME Hours – Inc. Ethics & Suicide Prevention Large Topic Span w/Choice of […]
Is Routine Outcome Feedback Informing Your Practice? (Part 2 of 2) Last week we learned about Dr. Tony Rousmaniere’s heartbreaking experience with Grace – a client that unexpectedly died of a drug overdose, prompting a career crisis for Tony, which drove him to find routine outcome monitoring (ROM) to measure mental health vital signs using […]
Is Routine Outcome Feedback Informing Your Practice? The OQ®-Analyst has the power to save lives. This is the true story of Grace, and how Dr. Tony Rousmaniere, noted psychologist, author, podcaster, and expert in patient feedback and routine outcome monitoring, came to the conclusion years ago that measuring mental health vital signs with the right instruments can […]
AMERICAN GROUP PSYCHOTHERAPY ASSOCIATION TO AWARD DISTINGUISHED FELLOWSHIPS TO GARY BURLINGAME, PHD, CGP, FAGPA AND LES GREENE, PHD, CGP, LFAGPA New York, February 19, 2019— The American Group Psychotherapy Association (AGPA) announced that Gary Burlingame, PhD, CGP, FAGPA and Les Greene, PhD, CGP, LFAGPA will be awarded Distinguished Fellowship in the Association at its upcoming […]
Keys to great group therapy Seasoned psychologists offer their expertise on the art and skill of leading successful group therapy By Amy Novotney April 2019, Vol 50, No. 4 Print version: page 66 Decades of research, including more than 50 clinical trials, have shown that group therapy is as effective as individual therapy for many […]
OQ Measures is a proud Emerald Partner Sponsor of the upcoming Generations 2019 event. Date: April 15th & 16th, 2019 Location: Salt Palace Convention Center, 100 So. West Temple, Salt Lake City, Utah Brochure 2019
The Globe and Mail, Canada’s most popular newspaper, released a feature article on April 7th entitled “Rethinking Therapy: How 45 Questions Can Revolutionize Mental Health in Canada” about the groundbreaking use of routine outcome measurement and feedback-informed therapy trends impacting mental and behavioral health outcomes not only in Canada, but across the world. Specifically, writer […]
Grace was a heroin addict who had been clean for about six months; I was a 34-year-old therapist in training.