Surveys

By systematically collecting feedback, the quality of therapy is optimized. Monitoring does not replace psychotherapy. Therapeutic contact in the here-and-now remains the main focus. But research and clinical experience have shown that monitoring improves therapeutic contact.

Nele Stinckens,

PhD

Research has shown that...

  • The self-agency of the client is the most central vehicle for change in therapy.

  • Systematically collecting client feedback improves the quality of therapy and reduces the number of drop-outs

  • Monitoring the therapy process promotes the sense of competence of therapists

Questionnaires

QIT online has an extensive library of more than 100 scientifically-proven questionnaires that can be used with clients. A clear catalogue gives you more explanation about focus, target group, number of items, and so on of each questionnaire. From an individual's record you have direct access to the online library and can easily select and add questionnaires.

If you don't find the questionnaire of your choice in the library or you want to design your own questionnaire, no problem! We can look at how your questionnaire can be implemented in QIT online.

Reports

Your client's answers are captured in real-time in a well-arranged feedback report. It immediately gives you the right information about crucial evolutions and important points for attention. Scores are automatically calculated and interpreted by comparing them with the reference group. A scatter table or evolution chart provides more insight into the process flow. It helps you and your client stay attuned and adjust the process if necessary.

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