The ICCE Manuals on Feedback-Informed Treatment (FIT) consist of a series of six guides covering the most important information for practitioners and agencies implementing the PCOMS measures in routine care. The goal for the series is to provide practitioners with a thorough grounding in the knowledge and skills associated with using feedback to improve the quality and outcome of behavioral health services.
The ICCE Manuals provide detailed, step-by-step, cutting-edge instruction on: (1) supporting research; (2) how to use the measures; (3) using client feedback in supervision; (4) determining practitioner and agency effectiveness; (5) applying the approach with specific populations and in different service settings; and (6) implementing in agencies and systems of care.
Reviewers at the National Registry of Evidence-based Practices and Programs gave PCOMS International perfect marks, concluding these “comprehensive, well-organized, and high-quality materialsa support the implementation of PCOMS in real world settings.The six manuals can be accessed instantly here. Discounts are available for agencies and systems wanting to provide these resources to a large number of providers, email: firstname.lastname@example.org.