Psychotherapy Outcome Kit


Author: David P. Isenberg

The Psychotherapy Outcome Kit (POK) kit was designed to meet the needs and expectations of managed mental health care (MMHC) and health care reform for mental health providers. It allows for more documented concrete data of treatment outcome. The kit includes: Quality of Emotional Life Self-Report (QELSR) (Questionnaire), clinical summary forms, a progress note form, and data sheets used to provide a psychotherapy outcome profile.

Copyright © 1994 by David P. Isenberg

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Features of the POK

Purpose: Designed to meet the increasing expectations of managed mental health care (MMHC) and health care reform.

Length: 17 items (more may be added at therapist's discretion)

Average completion time: Over several sessions

Target population:

POK Adult Form = Ages 16 and older

POK Child Form = Ages 15 and younger

Administration: For individual administration

Uses of the POK

  • Treatment outcome evaluation

Included in the POK

Quality of Emotional Life Self-Report (QELSR)

Clinical summary forms

Progress note form

Data sheets (to provide a psychotherapy outcome profile)

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