Therapists to evaluate progress with patients at an individual level, to research their own practice as a whole to produce practice based evidence for treatments, and to be transparent about their effectiveness with chosen treatments.
The Use of Routine Outcome Measures
Routine outcome measures can be used:
At the beginning and end of treatment (perhaps at review sessions in between) to establish overall progress and treatment effectiveness.
Session-by-session to closely monitor progress and track treatment effects, enabling treatment interventions to be finely tuned to patient response.