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Using Patient Feedback to Improve the Effectiveness of Psychot: A NASPR Science to Practice Workshop
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While patient feedback has been shown to play a powerful role in the process and outcome of psychotherapy, it is rarely a routine part of clinical practice. This conference will present a number of approaches on how clinicians can incorporate feedback into their practice.

11/7/2015
When: Saturday, November 7, 2015
From 9:00 AM to 4:15 PM
Where: San Francisco JCC
3200 California Street, San Francisco, CA
San Francisco, California  3200
United States

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Using patient feedback to improve psychotherapy effectiveness

A conference for mental health professionals and students

Co-sponsored by

The North American Chapter, Society for Psychotherapy Research
&
San Francisco Psychotherapy Research Group

 
Saturday, November 7, 2015

9:00 am - 4:30 pm

     

San Francisco JCC
3200 California Street
San Francisco, California

Co-Chairs: George Silberschatz & the San Francisco Psychotherapy Research Group

While patient feedback has been shown to play a powerful role in the process and outcome of psychotherapy, it is rarely a routine part of clinical practice.  This conference will present a number of approaches on how clinicians can incorporate feedback into their practice.

Invited Speakers

Leonard Horowitz (Stanford), Janie Hong (Cognitive Behavior and Science Center), John Snyder (SFPRG Clinic & Training Center), Victoria Lemle Beckner (SF Group for Evidence-Based Psychotherapy), John Curtis (UCSF), George Silberschatz (UCSF)

 

Registration

SPR & SFPRG  members: $60

Non-members: $80

Students: $20

 

To register go to:  http://sfprg.org/continuing_education/FeedbackConference2015.html

     


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