Behavioral Sciences

Using GoReact to Enhance Therapist Skills Through Deliberate Practice

A webinar featuring Dr. Adam Jones from Texas Woman’s University

Empirical research suggests that deliberate practice can significantly improve the effectiveness and efficiency of psychotherapy education and training.

Dr. Adam Jones discusses the importance of deliberate practice as a scaffolding tool for identifying and building on baseline skills. He shares how he uses GoReact, a video + feedback tool, to provide directive feedback, which is essential to successful deliberate practice techniques. 

In this free recorded webinar, you’ll learn:

  • The difference between deliberate practice and other traditional methods of psychology education
  • How GoReact can be used to facilitate deliberate practice for students
  • How GoReact can be used in psychology research

About Adam Jones

Adam Jones is an assistant professor in the Marriage and Family Therapy program at Texas Woman’s University. He has been GoReact’s biggest fan for the past two years and integrates it into almost all of his courses. His primary research interest involves helping therapists improve their clinical outcomes through deliberate practice. He has also used GoReact to conduct a pilot study focused on the targeted development of certain therapy skills.