WEBINAR Watch live 3-4.30pm on 22.10.20 or at any time until 22.11.20
Some therapists achieve
significantly better outcomes than their peers, even using the same model.
Dr Barry Duncan and his associates have spent decades researching therapeutic
change, having had access to a huge database of clinical results. Through a
degree of detective work they have established which factors contribute to
superior performance in therapy – and it is not what you might first think.
Join Barry in this workshop where
he shares his journey and findings, and describes three things you can do
immediately to improve the chances of being in the 'Super-therapist' category.
Barry will introduce the principles behind the Partners for Change Outcome
Management System (PCOMS) that identifies the early indicators of clients who
are not responding. The system has been successfully implemented across the USA
and Canada, and is used in 20 other countries around the world. It is included
in the US National Registry of Evidence-based programs and practices.
Barry L. Duncan, Psy.D. is a therapist, trainer, and researcher with over 17,000 hours of clinical experience. He is the author of over 100 publications including 17 books, the latest of which is "On Becoming a Better Therapist (APA, 2014). He is the developer of the clinical process of the Partners for Change Outcome Management System, a designated evidence based practice.
is a live zoom meeting, where you can see and interact both
with the speaker and with other participants.