The trajectory bar visualizes the treatment trajectory of the cliënt. After all, therapy is unique and layered. A variety of therapeutic activities can be added to a trajectory: sessions, notes, questionnaires, reports, exercises and syncs. Below we illustrate these activities.
Sessions between the therapist and the client are the heart of the therapy process. They can take place physically or online and fit logically into the trajectory and the overarching agenda.
In every session, there is the ability to make notes (or to add photo, pdf, word, audio & video files) about substantive, practical, or process aspects. For deontological reasons, the therapists can store private notes that won't be accessible by the client, and by colleagues.
Unlocked notes are accessible in the case of shared files.
Locked notes are never accessible when you share a client with another therapist.
The QIT-platform enables easy and safe collaboration between caregivers and users. Consultation moments, such as supervision, intervision, interdisciplinary coordination,... can be easily added to the trajectory overview and documented with notes or digital files (such as reports, certificates, emails,...).
QIT online has an extensive library of more than 130 questionnaires that can be used for various purposes: psychodiagnostics, screening, process and outcome monitoring and client satisfaction. There are questionnaires for adults, children, young people, couples, parents, families and caregivers. A wide range of relevant aspects of therapy is represented, such as:
risk of drop-out
quality of the work alliance
helping and disruptive processes
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.
In consultation with the care provider, these modules can be added to the client care process. They can provide the client with more insight into processes that are involved in the therapy or they can give the client extra tools to get started with certain matters. The modules are structured in such a way that the client can go through them at his/her own pace and in the order that best suits the client's preferences and needs.
Online self-help can complement and strengthen the regular care offer. Clients are encouraged to roll up their sleeves more themselves such that therapeutic gains can be redeemed more easily.
Fruitful processes of change only really appear to flourish when the wisdom of clients is combined with the expertise of the therapist. It gives clients more ownership, which strengthens self-exploration and trying out new behaviors or newly discovered experiences. Empowerment is the keyword here.