Our Treatment Outcomes
The gray bar in the graph above corresponds to average scores at the first session of therapy, and the green bar corresponds to average scores at the end of treatment.
This graph presents scores on the Depression, Anxiety, and Stress scales of the DASS (Depression Anxiety and Stress Scales), which is the symptom measure we use most commonly to monitor progress with our patients Normal, Mild, Moderate, and Severe scores for the DASS are defined as follows:
|Depression||0-9 = normal range; 10-13 = mild; 14-20 = moderate; 21-42 = severe|
|Anxiety||0-7 = normal range; 8-9 = mild; 10-14 = moderate; 15-42 = severe|
|Stress||0-14 = normal range; 15-18 = mild; 19-25 = moderate; 26-42 = severe|
As you can see in the figure, these 94 patients started treatment with a moderately elevated depression, anxiety, and stress score and ended treatment scoring in the normal range on all three scales.
The 94 patients whose progress is presented above completed an average of 28 sessions (standard deviation = 21). Twenty percent of patients completed treatment in 10 sessions or fewer, 47% completed treatment in 20 sessions or fewer, and 78% completed treatment in 40 sessions or fewer.
Disclaimer: These data are general and not specific to individual circumstances. Individual results may vary.