Awareness and prevention
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Counsellor, Relationships Australia
Senior Associate, International Centre for Clinical Excellence
In this video, Bill Robinson explores the concept of Feedback Informed Therapy and explains how it makes clients feel heard, understood and respected, and provides them with the opportunity to help shape their therapy.
Bill Robinson BA, M Couns, is a counsellor with over thirty years' experience. He has extensive experience working with mental health issues and in recent years has focussed more on counselling couples and families. He is currently employed as a counsellor and supervisor by Relationships
Australia (WA). Bill has been closely involved with the development of Feedback Informed Treatment (FIT).
He incorporated the process and outcome measures central to the implementation of FIT when they were first developed in 2002 and became a certified trainer in 2008. He is a senior associate of the International Center for Clinical Excellence (ICCE) an internet based community of clinicians and researchers with over five thousand members worldwide.
Bill has published two articles on FIT in the journal Psychotherapy in Australia and was a member of a team or writers who produced the six volumes of the FIT manual. He has presented FIT ideas at local and international conferences.