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Nov
5
2013

Fulshear’s 2011 Outcomes Study

By Fulshear Treatment to Transition|Uncategorized

Fulshear’s 2011 Outcomes Study

How often do you hear the phrases “I think…”, “It feels like…”, “I would say…”, or “Somewhere around…” when talking about a programs’ outcomes?  For us it is not enough to just “feel” like we are successful; we are driven to know where we succeed and how we can improve.  Socrates said, “The unexamined life is not worth living.”  We argue that the unexamined program is not worth running.  Below are the results of our examination.

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When students leave Fulshear, 71% of them rate themselves in the healthy range on a standardized instrument designed to measure one’s difficulties, compared to only 29% of arriving students.

DEPRESSION SCORES

Depression affects people in so many negative ways.  That is why Fulshear focuses so much on healing depression.  This graph illustrates Fulshear’s effectiveness.  Scores above the yellow line (a score of 13) are indicative of an unhealthy amount of depressive symptoms and difficulties.  Scores below the yellow line are in the healthy range.  The average score for our students at the time of their admission is 24.10.  However, the average score for our students at the time of their discharge from Fulshear was significantly reduced to 8.48, well below the healthy cutoff score.

SYMPTOM DISTRESS SCORES

This graph demonstrates the effectiveness of Fulshear’s treatment in some important areas.   Symptom Distress is related to difficulties associated with anxiety disorders, affective disorders, adjustment disorders, and stress-related illnesses.  Scores above the yellow line (a score of 36 points) indicate that the person is suffering significantly with the symptoms of these disorders.  Scores below the yellow line indicate that the client is not generally bothered by these difficulties.  As you can see, the average score for our students at the time of their admission is 45.71. However, the average score for our students at the time of their discharge was significantly reduced to 28.54, well below the healthy cutoff score.

SOCIAL ROLE

It is common for students at Fulshear to report a high degree of difficulties related to their social role.  Scores above the yellow line indicate a high degree of conflict involving work, distress, or inefficiency.  As you can see, the average score for Fulshear students at the time of their admission is above the healthy cut-off score. However, when they leave Fulshear, their average score drops well below the cut-off score, indicating that, on average, they are reporting a normal level of difficulties with social role.

INTERPERSONAL RELATIONS

Most of Fulshear’s students experience difficulties in relationships, and Fulshear is committed to helping our students develop and maintain healthy relationships.  This graph illustrates the effectiveness of our approach.  Scores above the yellow line indicate an unhealthy degree of complaints, such as loneliness, conflict with others, and family difficulties.  As you can see, the average score for Fulshear students at the time of their admission is above the healthy cut-off score. However, when they leave Fulshear, their average score drops well below the cut-off score, indicating that, on average, they are reporting a level of satisfaction in relationships that is normal when they leave Fulshear.

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