Signs and symptoms of relapse Relapse prevention strategies Family and social

Signs and symptoms of relapse relapse prevention

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Signs and symptoms of relapse. Relapse prevention strategies. Family and social systems theories. Discharge planning process. Confidentiality rules and regulations. S KILLS Accessing information from referral sources. Demonstrating clear and concise oral and written communication. Assessing and documenting treatment progress. Participating in confrontation, conflict resolution, and problemsolving. Collaborating with referral sources. Engaging the client and significant others in the treatment process and continuing care. Assisting the client in developing a relapse prevention plan. A TTITUDES Recognition of the importance of continued support, encouragement, and optimism. Appreciation of strengths-based principles that emphasize client autonomy and skills development.
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95 PD IV. Service Coordination C OMPETENCY 73: Document service coordination activities throughout the continuum of care. K NOWLEDGE Documentation requirements, including but not limited to: – addiction counseling other disciplines – funding sources agencies and service providers. Service coordination role in the treatment process. S KILLS Demonstrating clear and concise written communication. Using appropriate technology to report information in an accurate and timely manner within the bounds of confidentiality rules and regulations. A TTITUDES Acceptance of documentation as an integral part of the treatment process. Willingness to use appropriate technology. C OMPETENCY 74: Apply placement, continued stay, and discharge criteria for each modality on the continuum of care. K NOWLEDGE Treatment planning along the continuum of care. Initial and ongoing placement criteria. Methods to assess current and ongoing client status. Stages of progress associated with treatment modalities. Appropriate discharge indicators. Managed care continuing care criteria and utilization review procedures. S KILLS Observing and assessing client progress. Demonstrating clear and concise oral and written communication. Participating in conflict resolution, problemsolving, mediation, and negotiation. Tailoring treatment to meet client needs. Applying placement, continued stay, and discharge criteria. A TTITUDES Confidence in the client’s ability to progress within a continuum of care. Appreciation for the fair and objective use of placement, continued stay, and discharge criteria.
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96 Addiction Counseling Competencies B IBLIOGRAPHY PD IV. Service Coordination Bois, C., & Graham, K. (1997). Case management. In S. Harrison & V. Carver (Eds.) Alcohol and Drug Problems: A Practical Guide for Counsellors (2nd ed.). Toronto, Canada: Addiction Research Foundation, 61-76.
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