Feedback informed treatment (FIT) is a meta-theoretical approach. Where traditionally counselors are guided by a particular treatment model or theoretical orientation, FIT is guided by outcome and alliance feedback provided by clients. As such, FIT may be applied across therapeutic modalities, disciplines, and service settings.
About the Presenter: Dr. Ryan Melton, PhD, LPC is the clinical director of the Early Assessment & Support Alliance (EASA) Center for Excellence at Portland State University’s Regional Research Institute (RRI), which focuses on providing identification, support, assessment, and treatment for youth and young adults who are experiencing the early signs of psychosis. He is also an associate professor at Northwest Christian University and owner/operator at Endurance Counseling & Consulting.
Breakfast, snacks, and beverages will be provided. Please note that while there will be a one-hour lunch break, lunch will not be provided. Please plan to make other lunch accommodations.