Elective course - Feedback Informed Treatment
Feedback Informed Treatment (FIT) is an evidence-based, pan-theoretical practice. The objective of FIT is to improve the quality and effectiveness of therapy. Through the use of two simple scales in each therapeutic conversation, the therapist can: 1) Monitor the client's progress in therapy, e.g.: Is the client getting better through therapy? Worse? Is there no development? 2) Get continuous, formalized feedback from the client on the outcome and alliance between therapist and client. Through this feedback the therapist is able adjust his/her methods of therapy so that he/she will be more helpful to the particular client. This approach to therapy has been shown to halve "drop-outs" from the therapy, to enhance the effect of the therapy significantly, and to reduce the risk of deterioration.
This course will cover the research behind FIT, including an overview of what works in therapy. The FIT scales (Outcome Rating Scale and Session Rating Scale) will be introduced. Through case material we will practice understanding of the graphical representation of different therapeutic courses, and how these can be used to tailor the therapy to each client so that the therapy becomes more efficient. Finally the course will focus on the characteristics of the most skilled therapists, and how to work towards becoming a top therapist. The course will consist of a mixture of theoretical presentations, case material, practical exercises, and reflection.
The purpose of these modules is to expand knowledge or put the psychological subject area into perspective through theoretical or empirical specialisation within subject areas within or related to psychology.
By the end of the module, students will be able to:
- describe and account for relevant concepts and themes within the elective subject
- describe and account for relevant methodological approaches in relation to the subject matter for the elective subject
- explain contexts, analyse and conduct procedures relevant to the elective subject under supervision
- discuss themes/problems relevant to the elective subject or interpret cases/data related to the elective subject.
Classes 10 weeks, starts week 6
Registration period: November 15 - December 1
International students can find information on course registration and deadlines at psychology.ku.dk.
- 7,5 ECTS
- Type of assessment
Written assignment, Free assignmentSIZE: 7,5 ects: 1 student max 12 pages, 2 students max 15 pages og 3 students max 18 pages
- Marking scale
- 7-point grading scale
- Censorship form
- No external censorship
Criteria for exam assessment
- Class Instruction
- Course number
- 7,5 ECTS
- Programme level
- Full Degree Master
- About 30 students per class, 15 Bachelor and 15 Master students
- Department of Psychology, Study Council
- Department of Psychology
- Faculty of Social Sciences
- Rikke Papsøe (12-776e70706a3375667578746a4575787e33707a336970)
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