Systemic Therapy Inventory of Change
Name and Type of Measure
The STIC feedback system is a web-based tool for research and empirically informed therapy (Pinsof 2017). The system includes instruments for collecting clinical information from individuals, couples, and families before, during, and after therapy. It includes a web-based feedback system that therapists use to integrate that data into clinical practice. Finally, the STIC system includes a set of clinical best practices for integrating data into practice. In addition, the web-based nature of the system allows the exporting of data for research, and the data collection portion of the website can be configured for clinical trial use (i.e., to randomize clients into data-collection versus non-data-collection...
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