Determining Client & Group Outcomes

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Wednesday, 15 September 2010

Joan Othieno, PhD, reviews the basics theories of identifying outcomes for a client or a group.   She distinguishes outputs (activities and products) and outcomes (changes in lives of clients).  She provides examples of short-term outcomes, such as changes in a client’s knowledge of the effects of trauma, or understanding the value of social interaction.   Centers planning short-term projects may benefit by reviewing this webinar.

This was presented at the 2010 NCB Institute Group Work with Torture Survivors.

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