Publications

 

For download of publications,

see: https://independent.academia.edu/DarylChow


Ongoing Studies:


  1. 1.Chow, D. L.; Lu, S; Owen, J; Miller, S. D. (nd): Difficult conversations in therapy (DCT): Can psychotherapists learn in an environment of immediate feedback with simulated client video vignettes? (Completed experiment phase. Writing for peer-review publication);


  1. 2.Chow, D. , Lu, S; Tan, G. (nd). Difficult conversations in therapy (DCT): A Randomised control trial of online training;


  1. 3.Miller, S.D.; Chow, D.; Wampold, B. (nd). Re-analysis of MacNamara et al. (2014) Meta-analysis study on deliberate practice (in progress);


  1. 4.Book, titled Reach: co-authoring with Scott D. Miller  (in progress);


  1. 5.Chow, D., & Miller, S. D. (2015). Taxonomy of deliberate practice activities worksheets. International Center for Clinical Excellence (ICCE). Unpublished manuscript. In preparation.


  1. 6.Book chapter: Chow, D. (2017). The practice and the practical: Pushing your clinical effectiveness to the next level. In D. Prescott, C. Maeschalck, & S. D. Miller (Eds.), Reaching for Excellence: Feedback-Informed Treatment in Practice: APA.


  1. 7.Book chapter: Miller, S. D., Hubble, M., & Chow, D. (in press). Professional development: An Oxymoron? In T. Rousmaniere, R. K. Goodyear, S. D. Miller, & B. Wampold (Eds.), The Cycle of Excellence: Using Deliberate Practice in Supervision, Training, and Independent Practice Wiley Press.


  1. 8.Book, titled The First Kiss: Undoing the Intake Model of First Sessions in Psychotherapy (in progress).


  1. 9.Feedback Informed Treatment (FIT) Manual 2nd edition on Professional Development: In progress


10.Replication studies of “The Supershrinks Project”: in Iowa, US and Olso, Norway. In collaboration with Jesse Owen, Scot Miller, Birgit Villa, and Bruce Wampold.



Journal Publications


Andrews, W., Wislocki, A. P., Short, F., Chow, D. L., & Minami, T. (2013). A 5-year evaluation of the human givens therapy using a practice research network. Mental Health Review Journal, 18(3), 165-176. doi: 10.1108/MHRJ-04-2013-0011


Chow, D. (2014). The study of supershrinks: Development and deliberate practices of highly effective psychotherapists. (PhD), Curtin University, Australia.  


Chow, D., Miller, S. D., Seidel, J. A., Kane, R. T., Thornton, J., & Andrews, W. P. (2015). The role of deliberate practice in the development of highly effective psychotherapists. Psychotherapy.,52(3), 337-345. doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/pst0000015 (Nominated for APA Most Valuable Paper of 2015 award)


Chow, D. L. (2011). The right to recovery. In P. Yap, D. L. Chow, S. Lu, & B. Lee (Eds.), The write to recovery: Personal stories and lessons about recovery from mental health concerns (pp. 1-19). Singapore: Wellspring Catholic Books.



Liau, A., K., Chow, D., Tan, T. K., & Senf, K. (2011). Development and Validation of the Personal Strengths Inventory Using Exploratory and Confirmatory Factor Analyses. Journal of Psychoeducational Assessment, 29(1), 14-26. doi: 10.1177/0734282910365648


Miller, S. D., Hubble, M. A., Chow, D. L., & Seidel, J. A. (2015). Beyond measures and monitoring: Realizing the potential of feedback-informed treatment, Psychotherapy.


Miller, S. D., Hubble, M. A., Chow, D. L., & Seidel, J. A. (2013). The outcome of psychotherapy: Yesterday, today, and tomorrow. Psychotherapy, 50(1), 88-97. doi: 10.1037/a0031097


Miller, S. D., Hubble, M. A., Chow, D. L., & Seidel, J. A. (2014). The outcome of psychotherapy: Yesterday, today and tomorrow. Psychotherapy in Australia., 20(3), 64-75.


Miller, S. D., Hubble, M. A., Seidel, J. A., Chow, D., & Bargmann, S. (2014). Feedback Informed Treatment (FIT): Achieving clinical excellence one person at a time. Independent Practitioner, 34(3), 78-84.


Miller, S. D., Hubble, M. A., Chow, D. L., & Seidel, J. A. (2016). Beyond measures and monitoring: Realizing the potential of feedback-informed treatment. Psychotherapy.


Owen, J., Miller, S. D., Borg, V., Seidel, J. A., & Chow, D. (2016). The alliance in the treatment of military adolescents. Journal of Consulting & Clinical Psychology.


Seidel, J. A., Miller, S. D., & Chow, D. L. (2014). Effect size calculations for the clinician: Methods and comparability. Psychotherapy Research, 24(2), 470-484. doi: 10.1080/10503307.2013.840812



Edited Book


Yap, P., Chow, D. L., Lu, S., & Lee, B. (2011). The write to recovery: Personal stories and lessons about recovery from mental health concerns. Singapore: Wellspring Catholic Books.


Edited Book Chapters


Chow, D. (2017). The practice and the practical: Pushing your clinical effectiveness to the next level. In D. Prescott, C. Maeschalck, & S. D. Miller (Eds.), Reaching for Excellence: Feedback-Informed Treatment in Practice: APA.


Miller, S. D., Hubble, M., & Chow, D. (in press). Professional development: An Oxymoron? In T. Rousmaniere, R. K. Goodyear, S. D. Miller, & B. Wampold (Eds.), The Cycle of Excellence: Using Deliberate Practice in Supervision, Training, and Independent Practice Wiley Press.


Miller, S. D., Bargmann, S., Chow, D., Seidel, J. A., & Maeschalck, C. (2014). Feedback Informed Treatment (FIT): Improving the outcome of psychotherapy one person at a time, In W. O'Donohue & A. Maragakis (Eds.), Quality Improvement in Behavioral Health.


Miller, S. D., Hubble, M., & Chow, D. (in press). Professional development: An Oxymoron? In T. Rousmaniere, R. K. Goodyear, S. D. Miller, & B. Wampold (Eds.), The Cycle of Excellence: Using Deliberate Practice in Supervision, Training, and Independent Practice Wiley Press.


Chow, D.  (2015). Changing the relationship with your mental health concerns. In P. Yap, Goh, Z, Wong C., Ee, S. (Eds.), From Hurtful to Helpful. Personal stories and lessons about recovery from mental health concerns (pp. 1-19). Singapore: Candid Creation Publishing LLP
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Conferences


1.Poster Presentation: The Use of Routine Outcome Monitoring in an Asian Outpatient Psychiatric Setting (Chow, & Lu, 2015), at the World Federal of Mental Health Conference, Singapore. Oct 2015. Sharon Lu Presented on behalf of the team.


2.Paper Presentation: The Role of Deliberate Practice in the Development of Highly Effective Psychotherapists (Chow et al., 2015), at the 46th Annual Meeting of the Society for Psychotherapy Research, Philadelphia Jun 2015. Jason Seidel presented on behalf of the team.


3.Paper Presentation: The study of supershrinks: Development, and deliberate practices of highly effective psychotherapy, at Achieving Clinical Excellence (ACE) conference, Amsterdam, May 2013.


4.Presented a review of PhD research topic at Denis Glencross conference, Curtin University in 2011.


5.Presented a paper on the pilot study of “The Therapeutic Effects of Providing Feedback on Progress and Alliance in Outpatient Psychotherapy Services,” at the Asia Pacific Psychiatric Rehabilitation Conference (APPRC), 2008.


6.Presented research paper in the National University of Singapore (NUS) Psychological Conference, 2006.


7.Presented and attended in The Australian Association in Research for Education (AARE) conference in Adelaide, Australia, 2006.



Media


  1. 1.Conference Report. “Putting the pieces together: The fragile balance”: Second Achieving Clinical Excellence Conference, May 16-18th, 2013 in Amsterdam, Holland.

  2. 2.“Don’t Hide Your Feelings” Straits Times Feature Article in Mind Your Body, 22 May 2014.

  3. 3.“I stopped Wearing Skirt for 10 Years” Shape, Nov 2012

  4. 4.“Tormented By Your Own Body” LifeWise, May/Jun Issue 2012

  5. 5.“Her Legs Almost Killed Her” Straits Time 23 Oct 2011

  6. 6.“Teaching Empathy” (Mom Centre Magazine, 2006)

  7. 7.“Mommy/Daddy, Please Don’t Go: Issues on Separation Anxiety” (Mom Centre Magazine, 2006)

  8. 8.Q & A Segments (Mom Centre Magazine, 2006)

  9. 9.“Getting Your Attention on ADHD” (Mom Centre Magazine, 2006)

  10. 10.“Why Singaporeans Queue? (Straits Times, Jun 2006)

  11. 11. Live Radio Interview on 93.8 FM (Suicide and Depression Among Teenagers) (Radio broadcast, Sept 22, 2006)

  12. 12. “Don’t Buy into the Happy Pill Idea” (Debunking the safety and efficacy of antidepressants e.g. SSRIs) (Straits Times, Forum, Feb 26, 2006

  13. 13. “Friends and Family can Ease Stress of the Rat Race.” (Straits Times, Mind Your Body, Mar 2, 2005)


PhD Scholarships


  1. International Postgraduate Research Scholarship (IPRS)

  2. Curtin University Postgraduate Scholarship (CUPS)

  3. Curtin Health Innovation Research Institute (CHIRI) International Student Top-up Scholarship



Research Awards:


  Nominated for Most Valuable Paper (MVP) in American Psychological Association 2015, for the publication of The role of deliberate practice in the development of highly effective psychotherapists. Psychotherapy.,52(3), 337-345.

Awarded a training grant by the International Center of Clinical Excellence (ICCE) to attend the Training of Trainers in Feedback-Informed Treatment (FIT) approaches in Chicago, Aug 2012.


Awarded research grant from National Health Group (NHG) seed funding for the study of Difficult Conversations in Therapy: Can Therapists Benefit from Self-reflection and Immediate Feedback?


Awarded research grant from the National Medical Research Council (NMRC) of Singapore for the study of “The Therapeutic Effects of Providing Feedback on Progress and Alliance in Outpatient Psychotherapy Services.”

Awarded Research Grant from Singapore Children’s Society for the study of “The Influence of Emotional Intelligence with Adolescent’s Problem Behaviours and Achievement,” in partial fulfillment of Masters Dissertation, 2006.