We routinely collect patient feedback and record outcomes of all treatment offered. Some of the data is published below.
Goal based outcomes (GBOs) are a way to evaluate progress towards achieving goals in clinical work with children and young people, and their families and carers.
This data compares how far a young person or their parents and carers feel they have moved towards reaching up to three goals they set at the start of assessment and/or treatment, compared to where they are by end of treatment using a scale from 0-10 (0 = goal not met at all; 10 = goal reached). The data represented by these two graphs displays the average change during treatment in rating goal achievement for parents and children with the ATT before the end of January 2015.