Top 5 reasons to help clients define Therapeutic outcomes

It is the primary reason for the client to continue with subsequent sessions. Imagine going to a person who asks you to meet them let’s say every week without you being asked what will you like to achieve during these meetings.


Clearly defined outcomes help you develop rapport and create a strong therapeutic alliance.


The outcome or the goal gives the session a sense of direction and guides the therapists in creating a therapy plan.


A well-defined outcome provides clear indicators for both the client and the therapist to measure the effectiveness of therapy.


Lastly, goals help you understand when it’s time to end the sessions that the client is taking with you.


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