Technology to Support the Clinical Management of Psychotherapy Cases: Commentary on the Polaris-MH
Keywords:psychotherapy outcomes, mental health treatment, learning systems, feedback in psychotherapy
AbstractAdvances in the technology of measurement and informatics have potential for supporting the clinical management of individual cases of psychotherapy. The Polaris-MH system described by Grissom and Lyons (2006) is one example of these advances. The potential utility of this and similar systems is discussed in light of research on feedback to therapists and of prediction of treatment outcomes.
How to Cite
Lueger, R. J. (2006). Technology to Support the Clinical Management of Psychotherapy Cases: Commentary on the Polaris-MH. Pragmatic Case Studies in Psychotherapy, 2(3). https://doi.org/10.14713/pcsp.v2i3.881
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