FIT and outcome measurement are NOT therapy methods. No matter how often I say this to people, it is hard for psychologists to grasp the difference as most of our training and CPD is all about therapy models and methods.
It was not what outcome measurement taught me so much as how do I get my supervisees and staff in my practice to implement it?
Part 1: The search for effectiveness and job satisfaction – Implementing Feedback Informed Treatment (FIT)
My story about how I tried to get better at what I do as a therapist…
I think the most obvious barrier for psychologists is that we don’t know what to do to improve our effectiveness.
If you want to get your head around the change that is ahead, and particularly if you have more years ahead in our workforce than you have achieved to date, I would encourage you to consider developing your own personal Board of Directors (BOD).
Like most businesses, psychology practices are facing both internal and external challenges in the current volatile environment we are working in.
I am known these days as a business coach, supervisor, and mentor, but before all of that, I was a practitioner and still am. I have a few suggestions about practice as a psychologist.
What is the state of private practice psychology land?
There are four effective habits you can cultivate as a practice director in private practice psychology.
I was reading in the AFR about the prediction of Richard Sleijpen head of global capital markets at UBS Australasia that 2022 will be dominated by the three Is–Inflation, interest rates, and infection.
Leaders in psychology like in many areas of human endeavor hold various offices in our professional organisations or related entities. Being a leader in your private practice (even if you are a solo practitioner and therefore a leader of one) is often an unsung role.
Kaye talks with Yianni Serpanos about the types of issues that should be tackled when deciding whether to enter into private practice and more.
Many of us are waiting on various reviews and Royal Commissions to know what our private practice landscape might look like in the next 5 years.
Kaye was recently interviewed by Matt Cooper and Craig Taylor from the PracReady podcast, to discuss some strategies you can implement with chronic pain patients. Listen to it here
I was reading Saturday’s Age and came upon an article in the Business Section entitled Behind closed doors, CEOs literally weep (p.8) .
Kaye has been featured as a contributor in the Spring 2018 edition of Primary Pulse, North Western Melbourne Primary Health Network’s (NWMPHN) quarterly magazine.
I was reading the magazine of the Australian Institute of Company Directors (AICD), Company Director (August 2018 edition)
I am primarily developing with the person. I am coaching a deep appreciation of their psychology practice and their overall approach to their clinical work and their practice.
Owning and operating your own practice is not something you just want to do therefore it happens.