CEITPT - Treatment Planning n The Key to Effective Client...

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1 Treatment Planning n The Key to Effective Client Documentation Adapted from OFMQ’s 2002 provider training.
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2 TREATMENT PLAN Models n Medical Model n Diagnosis – Psych Eval n Problems – Symptoms n Psycho/Social/Behavioral Model n Diagnosis – Risk Assessment n Problems – Risk Factors: Characteristics, Behavior Patterns, Relationships, etc, associated with greater likelihood of re-offending
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3 TREATMENT PLAN Process n Diagnosis n Problems n Goals n Objectives n Interventions n Services with frequencies n Clinician and credentials
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4 TREATMENT PLAN Components (RBMS) n Treatment Goals n Treatment Objectives for each goal n Treatment Intervention for each identified objective, including a theoretical approach for individual therapy objectives n An identified treatment service for each treatment objective n Treatment frequency for each identified treatment service n Name of the clinician providing the treatment service and their credentials (degree/license)
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5 Treatment Plan GOAL = General outcome statement of what the client will ultimately attain through treatment that is important to the client; focuses on the positive; is realistic, achievable; and is perceived as worthwhile by the client. A positive statement which, if met, should directly effects one or more of the symptoms of the diagnosis.
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6 TREATMENT PLAN Goals for Conduct Disorder Decrease the frequency and severity of anger outbursts by identifying, describing and discussing feelings. Reduce conflicts with authority figures by processing objections. Improve compliance with rules and expectations. Express anger in controlled, respectful manner. Improve impulse control
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7 Treatment Plan OBJECTIVE = A short-term step the client will take toward attaining the long- term treatment goal that can be realistically achieved within the authorization period. The objective is to identify what the client and/or family will do while in session and is to be stated in client’s language and in measurable terms, with identified target dates.
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8 TREATMENT PLAN Objectives for Conduct Disorder Identify and verbalize how feelings are connected to misbehavior. Express anger through appropriate verbalizations and healthy physical outlets. Identify feelings associated with past neglect, abuse, separation, or abandonment. Discuss how current acting-out and aggressive behaviors are associated with past neglect, abuse, separation, or abandonment. Increase participation in positive peer group activities.
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Treatment Plan INTERVENTION = What the clinician will do to assist the client in achieving the objective, including the theoretical approach for individual therapy objectives (i.e., cognitive, behavioral, reality, person-centered, REBT, solution-focused, etc.) TREATMENT SERVICE = The type of service identified to treat client symptoms. Treatment services can include: Individual counseling, family counseling, group counseling, social skills redevelopment, living skills redevelopment, etc. TREATMENT FREQUENCY
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