Evaluation, Measurement and Statistics

Evaluation in counselling is imperative to assess whether the therapy was helpful. Research has evaluated counselling by investigating whether there was a decrease of symptoms in clients whether clients have improved or gained coping skills. It is important to assess symptom reduction, coping skills and the change process for psychotic survivors and clients with other issues because all three variables are an integral part of the progress that occurs during counselling. For counselling to be considered effective, clients should experience reduced symptoms.

According to a rigorous health survey conducted by the CDC in 2004, an estimated 25 percent of adults in the U.S. reported having a mental illness in the previous year. Lifetime prevalence rates of mental illness in the U.S. were around 50 percent when measured back in 2004. That means in a family of four, one of you likely has a mental illness.

Psychological measurement is often referred to as Psychometrics. Physiological measures are those that involve recording any of a wide variety of physiological processes, including heart rate and blood pressure, galvanic skin response, hormone levels, and electrical activity and blood flow in the brain.

Measurement, evaluation, and statistics psychologists can alternatively go by the title of quantitative or psychometric psychologists. They are primarily occupied with the strategies and theories used in obtaining and exercising psychological information. A psychometrician typically reviews dated knowledge, behavior, and qualification diagnostics or revise new systems. This track deals with the following:  Statistics in USA , global aspects on counselling psychology, fundings for counseling psychology, medication allowances.

  • Statistics in USA
  • Global aspects on counselling psychology
  • Fundings for counseling psychology
  • Medication allowances

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