Feedback Informed Therapy: A new tool to improve your therapy!
The Centers for Family Change is now using Feedback Informed Therapy (FIT) to improve our services. FIT involves getting regular feedback from you about how you feel therapy is working for you. Research has consistently shown that obtaining regular feedback significantly increases the likelihood that therapy will be helpful.
How FIT works
- You complete a brief questionnaire before each therapy session.
- Your therapist will review your answers with you to address any pressing concerns.
- After each session your therapist will send the rating scale to Acorn, a group that helps your therapist analyze and track your feedback.
More on FIT
For those of would like more information about FIT, we offer an overview of FIT which details: what FIT is, how it works, answer frequently asked questions about FIT, and provides a brief review of research supporting the use of FIT
Our Effectiveness and even More on FIT
In the What’s New section of our website we discuss the data we have collected using FIT. We examine how FIT provides clear support of our effectiveness, as a practice. We also consider the latest research on FIT and examine other strategies that are being recommended to improve the effectiveness of psychotherapy.