Measuring Psychotherapy Outcomes With the Behavioral Health Measure–20: Efficient and Comprehensive

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Abstract

The Behavioral Health Measure–20 (BHM-20; Kopta & Lowry, 2002) through the computer-based CelestHealth System–MH (CHS-MH) has proven to be an effective and efficient instrument for assessing psychotherapy outcomes and providing feedback to psychotherapists. This article describes its features, the psychometric and research support of the measure, as well as its use in clinical training and practice. Additionally, we offer some hopes and possibilities for the future of clinical feedback systems.

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