Lambert, M. J. (2017). Implementing routing outcome monitoring (ROM) in clinical practice. Journal of Health Service Psychology, 43, 55–59.
Routine outcome monitoring (ROM) has become a recommended clinical practice. Evidence for the positive effects of monitoring client treatment response is presented, along with those aspects of monitoring that are needed to make it feasible and effective. The monitoring of the outcome of therapy can easily be implemented into private practice routines as well as agency procedures.
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Walfish, S., McAlister, B., O’Donnell, P., & Lambert, M. J. (2012). An investigation of self-assessment bias in mental health providers. Psychological Reports, 110, (2), 639-644. DOI 10.2466/02.07.17.