Frequently Asked Questions
What is Theravue?
Theravue is an online skill building system for psychotherapists, psychotherapy professors and students of psychotherapy. Our revolutionary system uses the science of deliberate practice to improve therapeutic skills in a way that is proven to create more effective therapists.
Who is Theravue for?
Theravue is designed and built for psychotherapists who want to improve client outcomes, as well as classes teaching psychotherapy. This includes psychology, psychiatry, clinical counselling, MFT, and social work.
Can students sign up for Theravue without an professor?
Licensed therapists are able to create a Theravue account. Currently, therapy students must be invited by an professor to be able to access Theravue content. Professors can call us at (+1) 778-402-5790 to set up a free professor account or schedule a demo of Theravue.
How does it work?
Theravue is based on over 30 years of research by our Chief Scientist Dr. Bruce Wampold of the University of Wisconsin. Our interactive system uses the science of deliberate practice to improve therapist effectiveness and client outcomes. Here's how it works:
- A therapist signs up for a course to practice a set of therapeutic skills. These courses contain practice cases, which are videos of realistic client scenarios.
- Using their web camera, a therapist responds to practice case videos as if they were in the room with the client.
- Once a response is submitted, another user reviews the response and provides feedback on it.
We also have a system built for educational use:
- The professor of a psychotherapy class creates a course for their students and assigns practice cases to them.
- Using their web camera, students respond to practice case videos as if they were in the room with the client.
- Once a response is submitted, the student's professor reviews the response and provides feedback to the student.
How large is Theravue's library of videos?
Because Theravue regularly adds more videos to its library, the number will always grow. Theravue aims to provide users with videos that are as diverse as possible in terms of cultural backgrounds, social backgrounds, personal issues, and situations.
How much does it cost?
For a limited time, Theravue is free to try. If you are a professor and would like to try it for a full semester at no cost for your first class, contact us to schedule a demo