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- Symptom Distress (SD)
- Anxiety disorders
- Affective disorders
- Stress related illnesses
- Conflict with others
- Family difficulties
- Conflicts at work
- Interaction with parents, adults, and peers
- Intrapersonal Distress (ID)
- Pain or weakness in joints
Interpersonal Relations (IR)
- Attitude towards others
- Communication and interaction with friends
- Aggressiveness, arguing, and defiance.
Critical Items (CI)
- Delusions, suicide, eating disorder issues.
Social Problems (SP)
- Sexual problems
- Substance abuse
- Behavioral Dysfunction (BD)
- Times of inattention
White alert: Your client is functioning in the normal range.
Green alert: The rate of change your client is making is in the adequate range. No change in treatment plan is recommended.
Yellow alert: Your client's rate of change is not adequate. Consider altering your treatment plan by intensifying treatment, shifting intervention strategies and monitoring progress especially carefully. Without a change in treatment, your client may end up with no significant benefit from therapy.
Red alert: Your client is not making the expected level of progress. Chances are your client will drop out of treatment prematurely or have a negative treatment outcome. Steps should be taken to carefully review this case and decide on a new course of action.
Research has proven that clients whose progress is likely to lead to dropping out of therapy can be identified before treatment ends. Speedy feedback to the clinicians and clients can reduce failure by two-thirds.
The OQ provides a very early, statistically validated read on how the client is doing and whether they are having the desired or expected response to treatment.
Results can be used to provide encouragement for clients who are doing well and to have a focused discussion about what is working and what is not if clients are not having the expected or desired improvement.
The subscale scores can be used to identify and target particularly problematic areas as a focus of treatment.
Client responses to particular items can draw provider attention to areas that need investigation during the current session.
The results allow the provider and client to jointly monitor the client’s progress from a shared point of reference, allowing the client to participate more fully in assuring that their treatment is as effective and efficient as possible.
OQ®-Analyst - Cost depends on the number of unique patients/clients per year you expect to serve with OQ instruments.
OQ®-Paper- Cost depends on the number of full-time equivalent (FTE) clinicians you intend to license.
OQ®-Access - Cost depends on the number of patients/clients per year, per instrument you’ll be serving with OQ instruments.