Feedback-Informed Treatment (FIT) is a pantheoretical approach for evaluating and improving the quality and effectiveness of behavioral health services. Research to date documents that FIT dramatically improves both retention and outcome of behavioral health services. FIT involves routinely and formally soliciting feedback from clients regarding the therapeutic alliance and outcome of care and using the resulting information to inform and tailor service delivery. FIT is not only consistent with but operationalizes the American Psychological Association’s (APA) definition of evidence-based practice.
In these videos, Drs. Scott D. Miller and Julie Tilsen, describe and demonstrate how clinicians can integrate the principles and practices of FIT into their work regardless of theoretical orientation or professional discipline. Dr.’s Miller and Tilsen provide an overview discussion of FIT and then demonstrate how to use it with three different clients. 1. The client with SPMI (Serious and Persistent Mental Illness) 2. The mandated client and 3. A mother/daughter duo seeking help with relationship issues.
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