Thank you everyone who participated in our recent survey to help us deliver better content to you for 2021. We received a lot of positive feedback about the quality of what we do – thank you for your kindness! We would like to let you know about some of the results and outcomes of the survey.
Firstly the magazine, unsurprisingly, came out as the clear leader of what you want from us. Secondly the video course material is of importance to you. Thirdly you told us that you want more science news pertaining to psychotherapy. The other items fell way behind in a rather mixed bag: the podcast, reading courses, the proposal for webinars and documentaries were not so popular and our mastermind sessions hardly got a vote.
Of concern to you was the ability to navigate material, and we admit this has been a problem and are working on it. There were many requests to cover particular areas of research and practice and we will do our best in 2021 to canvas as much as possible. We had mixed feelings about our emails with some wanting less from us but others wanting the emails to continue to guide them to new and archived material. We understand that most of us are dealing with too many emails, but we also find our emails are the most effective way to stay in touch with our subscribers.
So where to from here?
We will be primarily focusing on the magazine, video course material and science news. We feel the podcast will still be of benefit (with 2K-3K listening to each episode) and will develop some webinars this year that will equate to online video learning content (something that came 3rd on your priority list).
We are also working on our .com site to be the place where you can freely search for material and the .net site will be where members log in and get the magazine or do a course. Please bear with us as we organise our .com site to be the best possible place for you to search for what you need.
Thank you again for being part of The Science of Psychotherapy tribe and we are looking forward to a wonderful year of learning and growing in this exciting field.
Matthew Dahlitz & Richard Hill