(15 sec read) “Sometimes. Usually. Typically. Normally. Better. Mostly. Maybe. Might be. Eventually. Some. Most. Few. Helpful. Beneficial…” If these are the units of “measurement” typically spoken during your therapy and psychiatry, speak up and hold your providers to real data you can actually see and count.

No one gets hurt or offended if you want better data. Or data at all. But enabling weak data helps no one.

Ask how they manage mistakes, including yours and their own. If you can’t graph your treatment plan data, chances are it’s not great data. Avoid the qualitative honey traps of subjectively driven #psychiatry and #therapy. Request real data. Quantitatively.

Be your own scientist.

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