Kim de Jong is an Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychology at Leiden University as well as a freelance clinician (psychologist). Her research focuses on ways to improve clinical outcomes in routine practice, and on methods for therapists to improve themselves. She is considered to be one of the leading experts in outcome feedback research.
- Adverse Effects of Outcome Monitoring Feedback in Patients With Personality Disorders: A Randomized Controlled Trial in Day Treatment and Inpatient Settings (2017)
- Understanding the differential impact of outcome monitoring: Therapist variables that moderate feedback effects in a randomized clinical trial (2012)
- Deriving Implementation Strategies for Outcome Monitoring Feedback from Theory, Research and Practice (2016)