Treatment and Recovery - Hagedorn OurAgendatonight...

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Hagedorn MHS 6450 1 Treatment and the Recovery Process Its all about the Process! W. Bryce Hagedorn, PhD, LMHC, NCC, MAC Our Agenda tonight… Treatment Options Treatment Models Most common models Motivational Interviewing The Integrated Treatment Model Readiness to Change–The Recovery Process Preventing Relapse Treatment Options ____________________ Short term (3 7 days)–used for detox, stabilization, & safety ____________________ 28 days, expensive, total immersion yet artificial environment Partial Hospitalization/Day Treatment More cost effective, allows practice of skills in “real” world yet many clients continue to use without detection Outpatient and Intensive Outpatient Allows for continued work and school ____________________ Long term (12 18 m), social isolation, structured Treatment Options Choice of Treatment Settings Should be least restrictive Based on _____ PPC criteria American Society of Addiction Medicine Patient Placement Criteria Uniform criteria to guide proper placement Managed care often determines level of care without ______________________________
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Hagedorn MHS 6450 2 Treatment Models Minnesota Model–most common Behavioral Models Biomedical Approaches Experiential Approaches Motivational Interviewing Narrative Approaches Pharmacologica Brief Therapies Cognitive Behavioral Approaches Developmental Approaches Existential Approaches Pharmacological Approaches Psychodynamic Approaches System Approaches The Integrated Treatment Model William Pinsoff (family counseling) Jerry Juhnke (family and SA counseling) Bryce Hagedorn (SA counseling) Basic premise –: begin __________________ with the briefest model (short term Tx), and given more time, move on to longer term Tx models Find what combination works for __________ “It is silly to think that one treatment model will work for every client” The Integrated Treatment Model 8 Sessions Short Term Tx 24 Sessions Long Term Tx The Integrated Treatment Model Motivational Interviewing (____ sessions) An assessment tool and intervention strategy Main Premise – successful behavior change depends on the ________________________ This directive strategy helps to explore & resolve ambivalence The 1 st interview can “_______________” success Some strategic questions: “What do you think you will do?” “What’s the next step?” “What do you think has to change?” Involves six active processes (FRAMES) and five helping tasks
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Hagedorn MHS 6450 3 The FRAMES Acronym F = __________________ R = __________________ A = A = __________________ M = __________________ E = __________________ S = __________________ F, R, & A Feedback–through structure, clients are encouraged to __________________, their
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