Educational workshops and events

Overview

The Blueprint Workshop Series is a collection of educational webinars offered free of charge on a monthly basis to anyone in the clinical community. The purpose of the series is to create an online forum for the education and discussion of new and important trends in mental health screening and assessment, measurement-based care, and the use of outcome measurement to enhance clinical effectiveness and population health and wellness.

Upcoming events:

Using patient-reported outcome measures (PROMs) in clinical supervision: Recommendations to enhance student therapist learning

Date & Time: August 3rd, 2020 @ 9:00am - 9:30am PDT

Overview: This webinar will provide information on using routine outcome measurement to enhance clinical supervision. Focus will be placed on enhancing supervision practices by focusing on the use of outcome measurement to promote patient safety, case conceptualization, and clinical effectiveness skills.

Learning objectives:

  • To provide information about improving patient safety via routine outcome measurement
  • To learn strategies and skills for helping supervises improve case conceptualization skills by integrating clinical assessment data
  • To review principles and practices related to feedback-informed treatment (FIT)
  • To outline actionable steps for effectively managing supervisee caseloads

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Measurement-based care: An introduction for mental health professionals

Date & Time: August 31st, 2020 @ 10:00am - 11:00am PDT

Overview: This webinar will focus on an introduction to the theory and practice of measurement-based care with a focus on tips and advice for mental health clinicians working in outpatient programs. Pulling from principles of feedback-informed treatment (FIT) and related evidence-based strategies for improving clinical effectiveness, workshop attendees will learn actionable strategies for integrating routine outcome measurement into their practice.

Learning objectives:

  • To review commonly-used patient-reported outcome measures
  • To present research findings related to the benefits of measurement-based care across a variety of care organizations
  • To deliver principles and strategies for integrating clinical assessment data into decision making
  • To provide a proprietary step-by-step guide for practicing measurement-based care in therapy and counseling

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Measurement-based care for cognitive-behavior therapy: Strategies and best practices

Date & Time: September 28th, 2020 @ 10:00am - 10:45am PDT

Overview: Cognitive-behavior therapy (CBT) is a leading treatment approach for most mental health conditions. Recent developments in CBT have advocated for routine outcome measurement as an important practice that can enhance the proficiency and the effectiveness of CBT interventions. Likewise, new advances in CBT-specific measures allow clinicians to collect information that is more closely aligned with treatment goals and objectives. As such, this webinar will cover best-practices for practicing measurement-based care in the context of CBT, and will review recent developments in CBT-specific assessments and outcome measures.

Learning objectives:

  • To review commonly-used patient-reported outcome measures related to CBT
  • To present research findings related to the benefits of measurement-based care in CBT treatment settings
  • To deliver principles and strategies for integrating clinical assessment data into CBT sessions
  • To provide a proprietary step-by-step guide for practicing CBT-tailored measurement-based care

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Past events:

July 2, 2020: Routine outcome measurement in group practice: Patient, clinician, and organizational benefits

April 30, 2020: Using patient-reported outcome measures (PROMs) in clinical supervision: Recommendations to enhance student therapist learning

March 19, 2020: Using patient-reported outcome measures (PROMs) in mental healthcare: Theory and Practice

January 17, 2020: The importance of psychological assessment in chronic pain

December 16, 2019: Integrating measurement into Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT): A review of best practices

November 20, 2019: An introduction to measurement-based care in clinical practice