Just over a month ago, as countries around the world began locking down in response to the COVID-19 outbreak, ICCE Community Relations Manager, Cynthia Maeschalck and I, put out a post on Facebook offering an opportunity to meet and discuss Feedback-Informed Treatment and Deliberate Practice. We were taken by surprise when the webinar filled to capacity in two hours! Within a day, we announced a second, free webinar. It, too, quickly filled. Each time, we’ve covered a lot of ground and managed to met with colleagues from the U.S., Canada, Europe, Asia, Australia, and New Zealand. We meet for the third on Wednesday the 28th of April (sorry, it’s full to capacity).
Two weeks ago, the recording of the first meetup was released. As promised, here’s the second.
Topics covered are listed below along with times when particular questions are addressed.
- How to incorporate deliberate practice (DP) into supervision? (3:10)
- How to use DP to address personal issues of the therapist? (12:37)
- When and how to teach and learn FIT? (14:10; 43:37)
- The importance of a FIT culture (21.45)
- How to deliberately practice supervision? (23:15)
- How to to discuss a lack of progress on the ORS with clients? (27:00)
- Should DP be a part of FIT supervision? (33:10)
- The learning versus the performance zone (36:09)
- Tips for analyzing video in deliberate practice (37:55)
- What if clients fake bad on the ORS to stay in therapy? (40:21)
- What is the meaning of declining SRS scores? (48:00)
- How to combine FIT with other approaches and treatment protocols? (50:40)
- How to address mismatched scores on the ORS and SRS? (52:44)
Click here if you missed my interview of the Chicago-based ICU physician on the front lines of the COVID-19 outbreak in Chicago. It’s both informative and moving, including tips for anyone who faces difficult decisions regarding their health and well being.
Next week, two new interviews on deliberate practice.
Scott D. Miller, Ph.D.
Director, International Center for Clinical Excellence