Trajectory Types

QIT online provides various, ready-to-use, standard trajectories for specific clinical settings and target groups. These can be created for a client and then subsequently customized. These trajectories consist of sequences of process and effect measurements in which clinical relevance, user-friendliness and scientificity are accurately balanced. They are based on the results of years of research and continuous exchange with the most important stakeholders (clients and caretakers) in clinical practice.

Trajectories can be adjusted manually by the care provider depending on the specific client or clinical setting. Programmed questionnaires can be omitted and new questionnaires added.

Customized trajectories can be developed at an organizational level, in collaboration with our team.​

We currently foresee the following standard trajectories:

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This trajectory is developed for adult clients who have individual therapy in an outpatient setting.

The trajectory bar shows the selection and sequence of the questionnaires for the first 8 sessions. In the subsequent sessions the same questionnaires are programmed, yet in a lower frequency. 

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This trajectory is developed for youngsters (age 12 - 16) who have individual therapy in an outpatient setting.

The trajectory bar shows the selection and sequence of the questionnaires for the first 7 sessions. In the subsequent sessions the same questionnaires are programmed, yet in a lower frequency.

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This trajectory is developed for children (age 6 to 11) who have individual therapy in an outpatient setting.

The trajectory bar shows the selection and sequence of the questionnaires for the first 6 sessions. In the subsequent sessions the same questionnaires are programmed, yet in a lower frequency.

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This trajectory is developed for adult clients who have couple therapy in an outpatient setting.

The trajectory bar shows the selection and sequence of the questionnaires for the first 6 sessions. In the subsequent sessions the same trajectories are programmed, yet in a lower frequency.

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This trajectory is developed for adult clients who have inpatient treatment.

The focus of the treatment is on recovery-oriented values, as self-agency, empowerment, resilience and sense-making. The trajectory bar shows the selection and sequence of the questionnaires for the first 10 weeks. In the subsequent weeks the same questionnaires are programmed, yet in a lower frequency.

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This program has been developed for families who follow family therapy in an outpatient setting.

The trajectory bar shows the selection and sequence of questionnaires for the first 6 measurements. Questionnaires are provided for all family members. The same questionnaires are then programmed, but more spread out.

 

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This trajectory is developed for adult clients who have inpatient treatment.

The trajectory bar shows the selection and sequence of the questionnaires for the first 6 weeks. In the subsequent weeks the same questionnaires are programmed, yet in a lower frequency. 

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This program has been developed for adult clients with anxiety problems. The focus of the effect measurements is on anxiety complaints, rather than on global difficulties.

The trajectory bar shows the selection and sequence of questionnaires for the first 8 measurements. The same questionnaires are then programmed, but more spread out.

 

This program has been developed for adult clients with suspicion of burnout. The focus of the effect measurements is on burnout complaints, instead of on global difficulties.

The trajectory bar shows the selection and sequence of questionnaires for the first 8 measurements. The same questionnaires are then programmed, but more spread out.

 

This program has been developed for adult clients with a depression problem. The focus of the effect measurements is on depressive symptoms, instead of on global difficulties.

The trajectory bar shows the selection and sequence of questionnaires for the first 8 measurements. The same questionnaires are then programmed, but more spread out.

This program has been developed for adult clients with substance dependence. The focus of the effect measurements is on complaints associated with addiction, rather than on global difficulties.

The trajectory bar shows the selection and sequence of questionnaires for the first 8 measurements. The same questionnaires are then programmed, but more spread out.

This program has been developed for adult clients with a panic disorder. The focus of the effect measurements is on panic complaints, rather than on global difficulties.

The trajectory bar shows the selection and sequence of questionnaires for the first 8 measurements. The same questionnaires are then programmed, but more spread out.

 

Customized Trajectories

The standard trajectory applications have the same generic structure: they gather feedback about common effective factors in any treatment. Quantitative feedback (including scores) and  qualitative feedback (including free answers) are combined to gain a rich insight into the therapeutic process. Content, design and functionality of these applications can be adjusted to a specific target group and clinical setting. Adjustments can also be made manually by the caretaker involved, by omitting or adding questionnaires and by varying the frequency of sending them out. 

Online feedback benefits both therapist and client. 

"It allows both the therapist and the client to reflect more on their experience of the session. It helps the therapist to make timely adjustments where necessary and the client to discuss difficult themes more"

E.L.