Articles and interviews

Deliberate Practice series, by Jon Frederickson:

  1. Does Therapy Work?
  2. How Do Experts Become Competent?
  3. The Why of Therapy
  4. Drugs or Therapy?
  5. What is the Most Important Thing You Can Do to Help Patients Change?
  6. The Personal Development of the Therapist
  7. Are We as Good as We Think?
  8. What to Do When You Feel Bad after a Session
  9. When You Feel Disorganized or Incompetent as a Beginning Therapist: What to do about it

Self Supervision for Therapists, by Jon Frederickson

It’s not the right way: how deliberate performance can improve performance: An interview with Scott Miller, by Alex Millham.

The Study of Supershrinks: Development & Deliberate Practices of Highly Effective Psychotherapists

Clinical Practice vs. Deliberate Practice: Why Your Years of Experience Don’t Get You Better, by Daryl Chow

What does it mean to be an expert therapist?, by Hanne Weie Oddli, Ph.D., Margrethe Seeger Halvorsen, Ph.D., and Michael Helge Rønnestad, Ph.D.

Feedback-informed treatment (FIT): Improving the outcome of psychotherapy one person at a time, by Miller, S. D., Bargmann, S., Chow, D., Seidel, J., & Maeschalck, C. (2016).

Beyond measures and monitoring: Realizing the potential of feedback-informed treatment, by Miller, S. D., Hubble, M. A., Chow, D. L., & Seidel, J. A. (2015).

Interview: Jon Frederickson on Deliberate Practice and the Path Toward Psychotherapy Expertise