SCIENTIFIC ASSESSMENT LEADS TO BETTER RESULTS
One of the key assessment tools used by Drs. John and Julie Gottman, and over 10,000 other clinical professionals, is the Gottman Relationship Checkup. Using research-based algorithms, this assessment tool generates unique summary reports for both the clinician and the couple. Validated and highly reliable, the Relationship Checkup reports also provide recommendations to the clinician regarding the couple’s friendship, intimacy, ability to manage conflict, trust, and more.
Developed and refined with over 40 years of research and data from more than 150,000 couples, this relationship assessment tool focuses on the key conditions and behaviors that lead relationships to succeed or fail.
Announcing the all new..
ENHANCED Gottman Relationship Checkup
Built on an entirely new platform called GOTTMAN CONNECT, this vital tool used in the assessment of a couple’s strengths and challenges has been significantly upgraded, with improvements in performance, capabilities and tools designed to help clinical professionals strengthen relationships and improve individual and family well-being.
KEY IMPROVEMENTS TO THE GOTTMAN RELATIONSHIP CHECKUP
- Fewer questions. Saves time while improving the assessment process with 30% fewer questions and increased accuracy
- Reassessment. Therapists can now see where their couples have improved and where they still may need work
- New Couples Report. Therapists will now receive a Clinical Report as well as a Couples Report to review and share with their clients.
Clinical Professionals – Limited time offer: Get your first couples checkup free. Click here to get started!
PLEASE NOTE: If you are a user of the original Relationship Checkup you will have to set up a new account to use the Enhanced Relationship Checkup.
PRECISION ASSESSMENT FOR TARGETED TREATMENT
If you used the previous version of the Gottman Relationship Checkup you already know about the many benefits it provides you in your assessment process. This new version further simplifies and improves the Gottman Method assessment process with personalized results and specific treatment recommendations for you and your couple.
How it works…
APPLY FOR APPROVAL
Fully HIPAA compliant, the questionnaire consists of 337 questions about friendship, intimacy, emotions, conflict, values, and trust. It includes questions about parenting, housework, finances, and individual areas of concern. Each partner completes the online questionnaire independently and you receive the results, recommendations, and clinical and couples reports as soon as they have both submitted their responses.
INVITE YOUR COUPLES
Once approved, it’s easy to invite your couples to complete the questionnaire. Each partner starts by creating an account with a unique login and password before completing a personal profile that will be associated with their individual responses to the questionnaire. Neither partner can access the other’s information at any time, and we request that you advise them not to share their login information with each other. There is a fee per couple.
Fully HIPAA compliant, the questionnaire consists of 337 questions about friendship, intimacy, emotions, conflict, values, and trust. It includes questions about parenting, housework, finances, and individual areas of concern. Each partner completes the online questionnaire independently and you receive the results, recommendations, and reports as soon as they have both submitted their responses.
RECEIVE DETAILED ASSESSMENTS
You will be notified as soon as both partners have submitted their questionnaires. From your dashboard you will be able to view and download detailed reports that include responses, areas of concern in the relationship, and suggested treatment options. This will prepare you to develop a treatment plan that precisely focuses on the unique needs of each couple. The system includes a detailed report you can provide your couples to help them understand their strengths and challenges and begin their journey to a stronger relationship.
*Clinical Professionals includes therapists, clinicians, practitioners, counselors, clergy and other healthcare service providers.