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In the past few decades, psychological research has established that monitoring of psychotherapy outcomes dramatically improves clinical results, prevents dropout, allows clinicians to identify patients’ deterioration ahead of time, and increases overall client satisfaction. In fact, many researchers claim that routine monitoring might be the most effective clinical intervention available to therapists. As many as 90 percent of patients are open and willing to engage in such monitoring; however, very few clinicians have been implementing it. We believe that now is the time to change that.
Clinical psychologist Valery Hazanov and his colleagues are currently developing Therapymate, a technological tool that will significantly facilitate routine outcome measurement for therapists and clinical directors.
In light of this, you are invited to join Valery for a conversation about psychotherapy outcomes in clinical practice and his project Therapymate. This event will be an opportunity to share your thoughts about this type of research, ask questions, and give suggestions.
As part of the online forum, Valery will be presenting Therapymate. Stillpoint and Valery would like to invite practitioners to learn more and get involved in the research phase, as well as further development of the tool.
About the format
DATE: Wednesday 24th of August
TIME: 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm BST (London - United Kingdom)
About the facilitator
Valery Hazanov, Ph.D. holds a doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Columbia University and is the founding clinical director of headspace: originally from Australia, it is the largest psychological center for young people in Jerusalem. Dissatisfied with the available solutions, Valery teamed up with data analysts and scientists, user experience experts, and operational specialists to create the most user-friendly companion to therapy. The secret is: making it attractive to therapists, so they can gather as much data as possible to inform and dramatically improve treatment.
Learn more about Valery Hazanov on his LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/valery-hazanov-62b1a6232/
How do I join?
Stillpoint Professional Members: free (join us at https://stillpoint.org/index/membership)
General Admission: free (https://stillpoint.org/event/psychotherapy-outcomes-in-clinical-practice-therapymate-dr-valery-hazanov-tickets-390184561527)
If you are a Stillpoint Member, please save your spot by clicking the pink button "Free for Pro Members". It will take you to our Stillpoint community page, where you can save your spot by clicking RSVP.
If you are not a Stillpoint Member, learn more about our memberships. After starting your free trial, save your spot by clicking RSVP on our Stillpoint community page.
Please note that the views, opinions, and values expressed by presenters, participants, or any other individuals in relation to this event are not necessarily those of Stillpoint. Our aim is to provide a respectful space for open dialogue between our presenters, facilitators, workshop leaders and those who attend. If you would like to ask questions or provide feedback, please contact us at [masked].
This event will address the psychological changes that occur in the process of migration (either forced or voluntary).
Join us in exploring the inner transformations in our minds, our homes and the host society in which the immigrant arrives.
These online events on Psychology and Society are a monthly feature for our Stillpoint community. After we hear a short presentation on the topic, we will open the floor for the discussion.
This event is open to everyone interested in the topic. No background knowledge in psychology is required.
About the facilitator
María Laguna is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) and Certified Psychoanalytic Psychotherapist in New York City. She has trained in Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy in her native Uruguay and in NYC.
Read more about Maria and how to join: https://stillpoint.org/event/psychology-and-society-migration-and-identity-maria-laguna-tickets-388182623677
Artwork by Kate Holford, originally created for Stillpoint Magazine