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(p. 105) Feedback Informed Treatment 

(p. 105) Feedback Informed Treatment
(p. 105) Feedback Informed Treatment

Cynthia L. Maeschalck

, David S. Prescott

, and Scott D. Miller

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date: 29 October 2020

Feedback Informed Treatment (FIT) involves clinicians gathering on-going real time feedback from clients to determine what is working and what is not working in therapy. This chapter provides an overview of feedback informed treatment (FIT), including its historical evolution, guiding principles, and central tenets. It lays out how FIT is applied and integrated into practice, including how client feedback is obtained. The authors describe how it can guide treatment decisions in a variety of settings and with diverse populations. A case example illustrates FIT in practice. Finally, the authors review the outcome research on FIT and share ideas about its future directions.

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