Ch10PSY364Spr2011 - Treatment Planning PSY364 Spring 2011...

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Treatment Planning PSY364 Spring 2011 Dr. Bradbury
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Treatment Planning essential therapeutic activity that includes: case conceptualization/formulation determination of client goals selection of interventions to help client meet goals Initiated after comprehensive assessment (including client strengths and resources) and diagnosis Specifies type of treatment, mode of treatment, client implementation, prognosis, and frequency and duration of services
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Benefits of Treatment Planning increase client’s investment in helping process stimulate helper’s critical thinking keep process on track promote structure allow multiple professionals to coordinate care customized treatment planning is conducted jointly with clients results in greater clarity in case formulation and client attainment of goals
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Elements of Treatment Plan Document Referral Source and Reason for Referral Presenting Complaint and Additional Concerns Client Strengths and Resources Client Liabilities and Potential Barriers to Treatment Multiaxial Diagnosis Helper and Client Negotiated Goals Treatment Objectives Referral for Evaluation Length, Duration, and Pace/Frequency of Treatment Criteria for Treatment Termination or Transfer Treatment Plan Review Date Prognosis Responsible Staff
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Common Factors in Facilitating Change Why any treatment is usually better than no treatment Common factors are elements of the therapeutic experience that do not depend on specific techniques or theories Client characteristics (including social support and cultural
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This note was uploaded on 04/02/2012 for the course PSY 364 taught by Professor Telch during the Spring '06 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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Ch10PSY364Spr2011 - Treatment Planning PSY364 Spring 2011...

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