New research shows that seeking feedback following a session helps reduce the rate of separation and divorce by 46.2% among couples coming for therapy.

An interesting article shows a pretty simple technique helps dramatically with reducing separation and divorce among couples coming for therapy. By asking 4 simple questions about how clients have been progressing in therapy, the therapist is able to get feedback which can be used to better customize treatment.

I may be trying this out in my practice. We’ll see if it works.

About Nate Prentice, MSW, LCSW, CAS-PC

Nate Prentice, MSW, LCSW is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Pastoral Counselor who maintains a private psychotherapy practice in Drexel Hill, PA.
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