This programme consists of one 10 ECTS module that is conferred as a minor award. Feedback informed therapy is a ‘pantheoretical approach for evaluating and improving the quality and effectiveness of behavioural health services’ (Bargmann et al, 2012). This minor award is designed to support learners in developing clinical and case management skills to improve the quality and outcome of therapy via the use of client feedback and the best available scientific evidence. The certificate will develop learners’ knowledge; understanding and competence in developing feedback informed practice. This module adds to the learner’s toolkit of strategies for use in developing a personalised, theoretical and research informed clinical practice.
Learners who enrol in this programme will be professionals who will be professionals who work clinically and therapeutically with clients who may be experiencing bereavement through suicide, and who wish to undertake a shorter programme to enhance their knowledge, skills and competence in the area of working with survivors of suicide. Learners must have a clinical qualification that allows them to work therapeutically with clients. This programme is ideal for qualified practitioners to enhance their proficiency is using feedback and other tools to improve their outcomes. Please contact us if you have any queries about entry requirements.
Minimum Technological Requirements
You will need to have:
- access to a stable internet connection with a minimum download speed of 1.5 Mbps;
- a desktop computer or laptop that is capable of using zoom;
- a webcam and microphone;
- a web browser; and
- Microsoft Word
Student Benefits and Supports
As this award is conferred at Level 8 on the National Framework of Qualifications (NFQ), it evidences the rigour required for a quality programme of learning. The dynamic mix of theory, skills, and clinical considerations ensures learners grow academically, professionally, personally and interpersonally within frameworks that are on the cutting edge of best practice. Learners on this programme will have access to:
- Our Moodle Platform
- Our EBSCO Journal Database
- Our e-Book Collection
- Our Psychotherapy.net Video Streaming Collection
- Saturday 19 June 2021
- Sunday 20 June 2021
- Saturday 17 July 2021
- Sunday 18 July 2021
- Saturday 31 July 2021 (1/2 Day)
Who should Apply
Professionals who are working clinically/therapeutically or in a supporting role with clients as part of their route practice. Learners must be able to evidence a minimum of a Level 7 qualification on entry.
The course will include the following themes:
- The scientific underpinnings to therapy outcome
- Behavioural health outcomes
- The therapeutic alliance
- Properties of alliance and outcome measures (issues of validity & reliability)
- The science of measurement, analysis and reporting
- Psychometrics of the outcome rating scale and session rating scale
- Administering outcome and process measures
- The science of monitoring tools
- Use of monitoring tools as a therapeutic tool
- Feedback informed clinical work
- Documentation of change
- Working with couples, families and children, groups and mandated clients in a feedback informed manner
- Adjustment of therapy based on feedback
- Expert performance and deliberate practice
- Using feedback informed therapy as a management approach
Learners are required to complete a 4,000-word assignment. There are two components to the assignment, which is submitted in one document:
Part One – Review of Scientific Literature (1,500 words):
In this section, learners will complete an in-depth review of the relevant literature and will demonstrate ability to critically evaluate the scientific research underpinning feedback informed therapy. Learners will consider the impact of Feedback Informed Practice on outcome and process in therapy, and will consider issues of validity, feasibility and reliability.
Part Two – Clinical Application (2,500 words):
In this section, learners will demonstrate how they have integrated feedback and enhancement mechanisms into practice. Learners should showcase how they identified a client at elevated risk of premature dropout and how they have used clinical measures as a means of improving the therapeutic alliance and outcomes in that particular case. The clinical application section should highlight the learner’s ability to intervene using feedback and to engage in deliberate practice as a means of improving performance and impacting on outcome and alliance.
- IICP College, Killinarden Enterprise Park, Tallaght, Dublin 24
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- This programme will be delivered in a blended learning formatting including both classroom and online inputs.
Please note due to the current Covid -19 restrictions, our office team are working remotely. Therefore we would encourage you to apply online for speedy process of your application. Should you have any questions in relation to making your online application please contact Triona on 086-0499154.
Simply click the below button to be brought to our online application process. When prompted, please select ‘Validated & Accredited Courses’, then select ‘QQI Level 9 Certificate in CBT 2021 – Feb Intake’ and complete the form.