Progress Monitoring of Treatment Outcomes (3 CE’s)
Presented by Thomas J. Gross, Ph.D.
March 8th, 1:30 pm – 5:00 pm
Course Description and Target Audience
This presentation is designed to familiarize participants with routine progress monitoring. The content includes methods to meaningfully assess therapy progress for clients and clinicians. Identifying and practicing how routine outcomes measures may be used in practice is emphasized. There are no known risks associated with this presentation.
The target audience is mental health providers (advanced doctoral level psychology trainees, psychologists in practice, master’s level clinicians etc).
- Define and identify methods of Progress Monitoring.
- Identify assumptions of empirically assessing therapeutic progress.
- Identify benefits of outcome measurements for clients/patients.
- Articulate how treatment orientation and design could incorporate progress monitoring.
- Demonstrate selection and use of progress monitoring tools for various client problems.
Thomas Gross, Ph.D., received his Doctor of Philosophy in 2013 at Oklahoma State University. He has provided support to schools and community health agencies to use progress monitoring systems for social/emotional and academic outcomes. He has published journal articles examining psychometrics of progress monitoring tools and has expertise in invariance testing of outcome assessments
*National Psychology Training Consortium (NPTC) is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. NPTC maintains responsibility for this program and its content.