Dropout (Prevention & Management)

 2 hours active CPD

Dropout can be defined in a variety of ways, but regardless of definition, it is an issue relevant to almost all psychologists and psychology practices. It is estimated that an average of around 20% or more of clients dropout of therapy, more if they are adolescents. Even more shocking than the number of people dropping out, most therapists are unaware of their dropout rates as they do not measure them. Like other areas of FIT, it is impossible to rectify a problem you don’t know that you have. This module will explore dropout, what contributes to it and most importantly what clinicians can do about it.

What's included?

  • 4 Chapters
  • 6 Videos
  • 6 PDFs to download
  • 1 Certification

Active, interactive CPD

Written by experienced trainers, we know that you don't learn well just watching pre-recorded webinars.  This module is truly interactive with a constantly changing combination of videos, readings and activities to keep you engaged and encourage deep learning.

Who is it for?

For any psychologist interested in gaining a deeper understanding into this too well-established statistical phenomenon in therapy, and ways to monitor and prevent this in your practice! 

Dr Aaron Frost

With a career spanning over 20 years, and including private practice, public sector, research, academia, consultancy, and training, Aaron has been an influential and forward thinking leader in psychology. 

Aaron is a recognised leader within the field. He has been evaluating his own outcome data since 2008, and now consults widely for organisations looking to achieve better outcomes, most notably developing a training package for Headspace on the use of outcome methodology for all new staff.

Aaron is a certified trainer with the International Centre for Clinical Excellent (ICCE), the program lead for the Supervisor Training and Approval Program (STAP) and the Director of Benchmark Psychology
“I strive to help my registrars find the balance between creatively integrating diverse theory, while maintaining a critical and empirical foundation.”

Dr Aaron Frost

Clinical Psychologist and Director of Benchmark Psychology, STAP and PREP.