I am now a part of The Colorado Center For Clinical Excellence, and it is an amazing group of clinicians. Together we offer a wide range of services, including individual therapy, couples counseling, assessments, and special programs.
The most exciting aspect of my switch is the Colorado Center's focus on quality outcome. We don't just hope our clients are getting better--we measure it.
The head of the practice, Dr. Jason Seidel, has done extensive research on Feedback Informed Therapy (FIT), which is a model for receiving ongoing information from our clients to make sure the therapy is working. We use this approach at the Colorado Center, and it allows us to make changes in therapy as soon as we discover something might not be as effective as it should be.
This FIT model is one of the main reasons I was interested in joining the Colorado Center, and I know it is going to help my clients get what they need out of their time in therapy.
In my practice, I will be focusing on individual counseling for adolescents and adults, and I will also continue to offer the same psychological assessments I have been conducting for years.
Thanks for reading-- Max Wachtel, Ph.D.