In past years, various theoretical conceptualizations of therapeutic outcome have been proposed. Differences based on pre–post and retrospective measurements were found (Michalak et al., 2003). In the current study, a sample of 263 patients completed seven questionnaires pre- and posttreatment or retrospectively. The results were examined with explorative and confirmative factor analyses. The authors found high intercorrelations and internal consistency over all seven questionnaires (Cronbach's α = .85). In confirmatory factor analyses, a three-factor model encompassing global retrospective, multi-item retrospective, and pre–post measures has the best fit indexes. Retrospective and pre–post measures are equally mood dependent at posttreatment measurements. Regression effects are observed only with pre–post measures.